[eu-gene] fullscreen apps on different screens
onar3d at hotmail.com
Mon Dec 19 09:49:25 GMT 2011
Just my 2 cents: Besides showing an image on many screens, there's
additional options in the device-specific control panels for how the
graphics acceleration capabilities of the video chip will be distributed.
For example, on my NVIDIA card on a PC, the option is available for OPENGL
acceleration to be enabled either just on one screen or on all, each option
having its specific advantages depending on the context of use.
On Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 10:04 AM, <aslemeur at free.fr> wrote:
> Hi Jim
> thanks for your answer
> I will have a look at the Windows Help.
> I know the usual nvidia/windows desktop settings :
> 2 screens for one computer and the 3 possible modes : the clone mode,
> dual view, and the last one (bureau étendu in french) how to pass one
> windows from one screen to the other.
> I am looking something else : the possibility to run a fullscreen
> application (no video) on 2 different screens.
> I imagine I need to control something about the 'main' screen.
> With Vista, can you simultaneously run your generative application in
> the fullscreen mode on 2 different screens ?
> Jim Andrews <jim at vispo.com> a Ã©critÂ :
> > Search Windows Help for "dual monitors". Also, try searching Windows
> > for "Display settings". To get to Windows Help, click the Start button
> > then click Help on the right.
> > I am using Vista. I don't know if XP is as good as Vista or 7 concerning
> > dual monitors.
> > I have two monitors. A 23" one on my desk and a 46" TV by the couch that
> > use to watch TV but also to watch stuff from my computer on.
> > Via 'Display settings', I basically have a monitor that *spans* the two
> > screens. In other words, I can drag app windows to the right from my 23"
> > monitor onto the 46" screen.
> > Good luck,
> > ja
> > http://vispo.com
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