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I have started using PokerTracker and their HUD info when playing on PokerStars. The HUD info appears automatically over or near the players' icons around the table.

I would have liked to move each separate HUD info to whereever I fancied, for example further away from the table and each other. Is this possible? I have looked through most of the settings and such on PokerTracker, but can't seem to find a way.

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While Poker.SE is still in beta and therefore we want as many questions as possible, it would be best if they were actually about poker. Tweaking poker software doesn't really qualify. –  Radu Murzea Jul 7 '13 at 17:20
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@RaduMurzea I disagree, if we are going to have sections for poker-tools and huds, why should we not have questions on them? –  Gaz Winter Jul 7 '13 at 17:36
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I haven't used Poker Tracker myself, I use HEM2.

In that you simply right click and hold the button down while you drag it into the new position. Not sure if its the same though.

A quick google suggests that you ctrl+click and drag.

Moving HUD

As suggested by Toby in the comments below, more information can be found here:

Poker Tracker Guide

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Thanks for the suggestion, but unfortunately it did not work. I tried the same with the left mouse button, but that did not work either. –  Halvard Jul 7 '13 at 17:39
    
Odd as a quick Google search said that you can just drag them as well! –  Gaz Winter Jul 7 '13 at 17:43
    
@Halvard I have updated my answer have a look! –  Gaz Winter Jul 7 '13 at 17:44
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Ctrl + click did the trick :) –  Halvard Jul 7 '13 at 17:47
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More info here pokertracker.com/guides/PT4/hud –  Toby Booth Jul 7 '13 at 22:38
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