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Run a full-screen iTunes visualizer on a second display
Authored by: u2mr2os2 on Apr 12, '09 12:51:10AM

Not sure I understand the need for the window overhang. I always had just opened separate windows for a playlist of the bulk of my music and party shuffle (iTunes DJ now), put them on the main (laptop) display, and moved the main iTunes window over to the secondary display (hooked to the TV) and maximized it.



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Run a full-screen iTunes visualizer on a second display
Authored by: BjarneDM on Apr 12, '09 03:24:49AM

If you just maximize the window, you'll have the window chrome surrounding the visualizer. In this case, the window chrome is beyond the borders of the second screen, so you'll need something to hold on to on the main display.



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Run a full-screen iTunes visualizer on a second display
Authored by: u2mr2os2 on Apr 12, '09 06:10:08PM

I see. I guess I wanted the window "chrome" because it would always show the song info.



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