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Expose on 2 screens
Authored by: ReznorB5 on Oct 26, '03 06:37:20AM

I can see that Expose works nicely on the left screen shot, but what about the second monitor? Is there a way to specify when you want Expose to affect the other monitor? The one Mac in my office that could benefit the most from Panther with its Expose and fast user switching features has dual displays, so I really want to know about this; I've already heard that fast user switching rotates the cube just fine on the primary display and simply uses a disolve on the second display.



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Expose on 2 screens
Authored by: skirtley on Oct 26, '03 09:44:15AM

Expose work Perfect on the other monitor. I Watch TV on the 2nd, and usually have downloads, or status bars shown on the 2nd, and expose smoothly arranges the windows so that all can be seen. I do not know why the example is not shown to do that.



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Expose on 2 screens
Authored by: ReznorB5 on Oct 26, '03 04:51:21PM

Did I understand this correctly: when you invoke Exposé, it does its thing on both displays at the same time?



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Expose on 2 screens
Authored by: HAL9000 on Oct 26, '03 09:47:06PM

When you exposé, all windows that are on one monitor get tiled on that monitor and all windows that are on another monitor get tiled on that monitor. It's basically as if you had one wide monitor.



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