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I've built a web application that runs accross 6 screens with 2 computers both running WIndows 7. The application is on a local linux server and is viewed in google chrome. Each computer loads 3 shortcuts in the startup folder that corresponds to a view of the application, automatically opening in the screen it was last open in.

The screens are arranged in order so that items pass between the screens in a conveyer belt fashion.

This sort of works, but it allows people to close the windows and move things about. Is there any way to lock a browser window to an external screen on startup in full screen mode?

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migrated from Jul 19 '11 at 13:48

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I suggest that since this is a question about a web browser and not a web app it should be on Super User. – Al E. Jul 19 '11 at 12:56
yes I agree, thank you for moving it, I am still relatively new to the exchange. – Alex Jul 20 '11 at 10:11

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