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Author Topic: Logon Screen Wallpaper for Multiple Monitor users... worth it?  (Read 1075 times)

scancode

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I hated how my secondary screen turns black when on the logon screen, and I found I was not the only one.

I found a not-so-hacky way of doing it, and it definitely does the trick.
winlogon.jpgLogon Screen Wallpaper for Multiple Monitor users... worth it?
The question is... Is it worth turning it into an application (I'd need to make separate x64 and x32 versions)?

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Re: Logon Screen Wallpaper for Multiple Monitor users... worth it?
« Reply #1 on: August 23, 2011, 06:58:38 AM »
There certainly sounds like there is a demand for it. But why the need for two versions, does it use a shell hook? If so you can have two projects pointing to a single source pool, to keep it easier to manage. MSVS08 seems to hate it, but 03 & 10 do just fine (never figured that one out).