The set up is that I have two monitors, both in landscape, oriented such that one is above the other. I have the taskbar visible on both monitors, but the main taskbar (the one with the system tray) is positioned at the bottom of the secondary monitor, while primary monitor has its taskbar (no system tray) positioned vertically along the left side.
When I right click the 1Password icon in the system tray, the menu for some reason pops up on the bottom of the primary monitor. This has happened for a couple of builds now, and I'm not really sure what's wrong.
So when the main taskbar is moved to the bottom monitor, it works properly, regardless of whether the taskbar is placed on the bottom, top, or either side. When the main taskbar is on the top monitor, the position of the menu that appears on the bottom monitor will sort of follow where the system tray icon is.
So for example, when the system tray is on top or bottom of the top monitor, the menu will appear directly below it (as can be seen in the second photo above). When the system tray is on the left side of the top monitor, the menu will still appear at the bottom of the bottom monitor, but on the left side. Same thing with the right.
Left clicking the icon actually just brings up 1Password Mini where it should be.
1Password Version: 7.3.652
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: Windows 10 1803
Sync Type: 1Password