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Old November 15th 03, 11:27 PM
Seahorse
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I appreciate few people actually run a 2 monitor setup, but if you do
have you managed to stretch the Start Bar accross both monitors using
the 52.1s. The options seems to have disappeared completely..?
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Old November 16th 03, 08:58 AM
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The only way I've found to do it is to select "Horizontal Stretching" and
then change your resolution to 2048x768. It will however make both of your
monitors appear as one very wide monitor so that may not be exactly what you
want. It does stretch the Start Bar across both monitors though (along with
your wallpaper).

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I appreciate few people actually run a 2 monitor setup, but if you do
have you managed to stretch the Start Bar accross both monitors using
the 52.1s. The options seems to have disappeared completely..?
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Rgds Mike
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Old November 16th 03, 12:17 PM
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Following prompt first aid from the medic "Alpine"
managed to scrawl the following bloodstained message On Sun, 16 Nov
2003 01:58:28 -0700:

The only way I've found to do it is to select "Horizontal Stretching" and
then change your resolution to 2048x768. It will however make both of your
monitors appear as one very wide monitor so that may not be exactly what you
want. It does stretch the Start Bar across both monitors though (along with
your wallpaper).


You are right, this is exactly what I don't want I run each at
1280x1024 then 'tile' a bitmap that is 2560x1024. This also means I
can maximise applications on either monitor, which is the method I am
most comfortable with. I still can't believe the removed the tick box
from the dual view settings. Monster task bar makes my life much
easy. Thanks anyway mate...
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