|06 Feb 2012||#2|
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This probably happens from your laptop screen size being smaller/different than your desktop screen size, so it rearranges them all when you connect in order to display them on your smaller/different screen. Unfortunately, there's no way to prevent this that I know of other than connecting with a system of the same screen size.
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