I know a lot of folks are discussing Snow Leopard, but I have a real problem I just can't resolve in 10.5.8. I have a 13" macbook that I take to work everyday. At my office, I have the 24" Apple LED monitor which I plug into each day. I shut my notebook off when I leave work. When I use it at home, I simply put it to sleep and plugging it into the monitor wakes it up. OK, sometimes application windows "forget" where they were positioned when going from 13" display to 24" display and vice-versa. Usually, this only results in a minor inconvenience of resizing or repositioning application windows on the desktop. However, last night when I got home and turned on my notebook, one of my applications actually opened outside of the boundaries of my 13" screen (along the left edge). When I use Expose', the window flies in from the left. When I select the application, the window returns outside the boundaries of my screen. I can not move the application back to my desktop because my mouse can't reach it. I've uninstalled/reinstalled. No dice. I've looked at the .plist file, but I don't know enough to determine if I could "force" it to open within the borders of my desktop. I've deleted the .plist file, but it regenerates. I've opened like 20 applications hoping my mac would "forget" the settings associated with this application (I think my machine remembers the last 10). I've searched the internet, but I've found nothing. Apple was a complete waste of time. Please help.