I have two monitors. One rotated 90 degrees. The other at standard station. I've adjusted the two monitors to heights that are comfortable for me.
Allow me to attempt some ASCII art to demonstrate:
XXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXX X X X X X X X X X X X Mon1 X X X X X X X X X X Mon 2 X XXXXXXXXXXXXX X X XXXXXXXXXXX
The annoying thing is when a window goes across two monitors the Y dimension isn't lined up, again more ASCII Art. W below is a window moving across the two monitors
XXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXX X X X X XWWWW X X WWWX X W X X Mon1 W X XWWWW X X WWWX X X X X X Mon 2 X XXXXXXXXXXXXX X X XXXXXXXXXXX
Notice how when W moves from Mon1 to Mon2 the Y dimension of Mon2 is not aligned with Mon1, so the window gets pretty cock-eyed when occupying two monitors.
Is there any way to get this:
XXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXX X X X X X X X WWWX XWWWW X X Mon1 W X X W X X WWWX XWWWW X X X X Mon 2 X XXXXXXXXXXXXX X X XXXXXXXXXXX
It seems like if I align the top of the rotated monitor (Mon2) to line up with the top of the standard monitor (Mon1) I can achieve this. However the arrangement is very awkward and not a comfortable viewing position for me. I'd prefer the ability to calibrate this based on the monitor heights that are comfortable for me.
And not just for windows, but I'd like my mouse cursor to understand this as well.