Check the Programs shortcut icon and/or the All Users | Startup group icon. If there is a command line (e.g. …/MYTTOUCH.EXE /X:100 /Y:500), then this override will affect the opening location when the software is run. You can either update the X/Y location to meet your needs, or remove the command line entirely (I.e. just run MYTTOUCH.EXE). See Command Line options for additional details: http://www.my-t-touch.com/myttouch/guide/html/commandlineoptions.html.
Note: One check to make sure you are saving your settings is to verify that the configuration is correct by opening and closing My-T-Touch several times - it should always open where you expect/want it. You can also move, then close & re-open to test to verify some other setting isn't causing the problem. Of course, make sure you are running My-T-Touch with no command line options to check this. Also, you can use the menu while running to Restore settings, or Restore position to see what the "saved" settings are..
There are some other "non-default" options that can affect the opening position. Check the INI ConfigPath setting http://www.my-t-touch.com/myttouch/guide/html/myttouchini.html and notes - there are various possibilities if not at the default ConfigPath=1. At the default, each user gets its copy, and then can save/update/modify the settings so each user can have a unique configuration. If you want all users to have the same configuration, using a different ConfigPath and other options such as ReadOnlyOK may be better for your situation. You may also need to check SaveAfterMove=0, SaveAfterChange=0, SaveAtClose=0, SaveAtEndSession=0 in the INI, as if these are set, you could be saving at a point you don't realize.
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