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Multi Monitor - emulation


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Hi,
I am developing software for machines with 1/2 or 3 monitors attached.
I lack the desk space for so many monitors.
Can anyone reccomend any software that will emulate this.

Thanks!
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Major Payne

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There's Multi Screen Emulator software here. Is that what you're looking for?

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awesome. Thanks!
ill give it a go now
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Your welcome. Hope it works out for you okay.

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well......

It kinda worked :whistling:
This is more like a virtual desktop app. It allowed the 3rd party app to "think" its being installed on multi monitor.
but it still throws the 2nd/3rd screen on the 1st virtual desktop, just split in thirds. But thats actually perfect because i dont have to run the emulator any more. so i suppose this is an even better solution. I only needed it for the install so I save on a license. LOL
My development can carry on with only the 1 monitor (just a bit of alt-tabbing)

thanks!
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Glad it worked out, if not in the way you expected. :whistling: Stay in touch and thank you for using Geeks2Go.

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