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I just downloaded TweetDeck
and signed in. There is a problem that I just figured out how to solve. The TweetDeck icon appears in the taskbar, but TweekDeck is nowhere to be found. I am running a dual monitor setup and maybe that has something to do with it, but if you hover over the icon in the taskbar, and then right-click on the preview window that pops up, you gain access to the context menu that allows you to move. Click move, then press shift-Up arrow and then grab your mouse while still holding the shift key down. There it is! Apparently it opens up way off the screen. I hope they fix this soon. This is the only Adobe Air app I have ever used...I wonder if they're all like that? I need to find a good WPF/Silverlight client - I used Witty
in the past, but as cool as it is/was, it did crash occasionally.