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gmak
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Multiple Monitors

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05-19-2004 05:51 AM
I don't know if this is my particular setup or whether it is something to be considered for future releases, but...

When using multiple monitors, I try to move the Project Browser from its 'docked' position to float on my second monitor (freeing up a good deal of screen space). However, the Browser snaps itself to the edge of the screen with a sliver showing in the other monitor. It seems like it doesn't really understand that there are two screens.

Anyone else have similar behaviour or is it just me?

Thanks
*Aaron Rumple
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Re: Multiple Monitors

05-19-2004 05:57 AM in reply to: gmak
Different hardware setups have been reported to respond differently. There has been much discussion about this @ www.zoogdesign.com/forums "gmak" wrote in message news:4953288.1084971102064.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum2.autodesk.com... > I don't know if this is my particular setup or whether it is something to be considered for future releases, but... > > When using multiple monitors, I try to move the Project Browser from its 'docked' position to float on my second monitor (freeing up a good deal of screen space). However, the Browser snaps itself to the edge of the screen with a sliver showing in the other monitor. It seems like it doesn't really understand that there are two screens. > > Anyone else have similar behaviour or is it just me? > > Thanks
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