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HUD Forgets Stats Panel Positions on Restart


The HUD keeps forgetting my stats panel positions every time I restart Holdem Manager.



This is 1 of 2 things:

Preferred Seating

Save Stats Panel Position



Preferred Seating

Seating Preferences is where you can setup Preferred Seats so Holdem Managers HUD Overlay Stats follow you to your Preferred Seat



Navigate to HUD Options / Seating Preferences.


You can setup Preferred Seating for all the Poker Clients Holdem Manager supports.

  1. Select the Poker Client
  2. Select your preferred seat for:
    1. Heads Up
    2. 6-Max
    3. 9-Max
    4. 10-Max
  3. Click “OK” when you are finished


Generally the top center seat on the poker table is Seat 1 and the seat numbers increase as you go around the table like the button would go around the table.





Save Stats Panel Position

Save your Stats Position so if the default file ever gets corrupt you have a backup.

  1. If the Table Manager isn't already loaded in Holdem Manager, go to HUD Options / Relaunch HUD.
  2. If this doesn't work, check the task tray where the clock is for a spade icon and click on it to maximize it.
  3. If 2 and 3 doesn't do the trick, go to C:\Program Files\RVG Software\Holdem Manager\ and open the HMHud.exe file.

Note: Make sure that both holdemmanager.exe and hmhud.exe are running as an Administrator if you’re using Windows Vista. To do this, close down Holdem Manager and your HUD. Then right click on each .exe file and go to Properties. Click on the Compatibility tab and under Privilege Level, select Run this program as an administrator. If it is grayed out, it is already running as an administrator.


Once it loads, you should see the following window.


Go to File / Save Positions. This save the co-ordinates of the panel to the config file so that Holdem Manager will remember where to put the file panels next time it loads.

Note: In the newer versions of Holdem Manager go to File / Restore Positions to restore your last saved positions in the event where it loses memory of the last positions.



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