restoreWindowStateFromString displays problem

Hi I’m using this class I done:

        class EditorWindow : public DocumentWindow
        {
        public:
            
            EditorWindow(String name, NodeGraph_PluginAudioProcessor& processor)
                : DocumentWindow (name, Colours::black, DocumentWindow::allButtons), owner(processor)
            {
                NodeGraph_PluginAudioProcessorEditor* activeWindowEditor = owner.getActiveWindowEditor();
                activeWindowEditor = new NodeGraph_PluginAudioProcessorEditor{owner};

                setContentOwned (owner.getActiveWindowEditor(), true);

                if (owner.windowEditorBounds.isEmpty())
                    centreWithSize (DEFAULT_SIZE_W, DEFAULT_SIZE_H);
                else
                    restoreWindowStateFromString(owner.windowEditorBounds);
                
                setUsingNativeTitleBar (true);
                setResizable (true, true);
                setVisible (true);
            }
            
            ~EditorWindow()
            {
                owner.windowEditorBounds = getWindowStateAsString();
                owner.interprocessMixerConnector->sendMessageToMixer(ayra::InterprocessMessageType::openCloseEditor, var{false}, var{});
            }
            
            void closeButtonPressed() override
            {
                owner.activeWindowEditor.deleteAndZero();
                owner.editorWindow.reset();
            }
            
        private:
            NodeGraph_PluginAudioProcessor& owner;

            JUCE_DECLARE_NON_COPYABLE_WITH_LEAK_DETECTOR (EditorWindow)
        };

All works perfectly if my window is open and close in the main display, if for example I bring it in another display and I close it on restoreWindowStateFromString(owner.windowEditorBounds); all bounds are restored correctly but IN THE MAIN DISPLAY not in the second (where the Window was when ** owner.windowEditorBounds = getWindowStateAsString();** is called).

NB: in owner the var windowEditorBounds is never used or changed…

where’s the problem?