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Author Topic: Dual monitors, continuous wallpaper - incorrect "slice" on DC  (Read 2352 times)

jneighbors

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Hi,

I'm using multiple monitors, with my primary (and wider) monitor on the right. I also have Desktop Coral on the right edge on the right monitor.
My desktop wallpaper stretches across both monitors.

This is how it ought to look:
http://dl.dropbox.co...0/coraldesktopeg.png
...with Desktop Coral working on the right edge of monitor 1

But,
The wallpaper that displays through desktop coral is not continuous. It is a portion of the wallpaper, but not the correct one.
This is what it currently looks like:
(3 examples)
http://dl.dropbox.co...coralwallpapereg.png

When I put the primary monitor on the left instead of the right, it displays properly. However, my set up has the primary monitor on the right, and desktop coral takes a slice of the wallpaper that would be on the right edge of the larger monitor, if it were on the left.

Thanks for your consideration : )


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Re: Dual monitors, continuous wallpaper - incorrect "slice" on DC
« Reply #1 on: May 25, 2012, 02:43:58 PM »
Found another resource through rainmeter's "displayworkarea."
I use rainmeter, and it now does the same thing that Desktop Coral does. My problem's solved.
Thanks.