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I have two computers (Windows XP) running Synergy and it works great!

However, I'd like to be able to circle around, as I have 4 monitors in a row. When getting to the last screen on the right, I'd like to go back to the first on the left and the other way around.

Is there a way to do this with the user interface in 1.4.4 Beta?

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for

+----++----+ +----++----+
|Mon1||Mon2| |Mon3||Mon4|
+----++----+ +----++----+

You mentioned that you have only 2 computers. Mon1&2 are hooked up to the same system, I'll call it ABC. Mon3&4 are hooked up to the same system, I'll call it XYZ.

I'm running Synergy 1.3.4. My links would read:

0 to 100% of the left of ABC goes to 0 to 100% of XYZ.
0 to 100% of the left of XYZ goes to 0 to 100% of ABC.
0 to 100% of the right of ABC goes to 0 to 100% of XYZ.
0 to 100% of the right of XYZ goes to 0 to 100% of ABC.
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Thanks! That's working fine. However, the beta 1.4.4 has a nice GUI where you can drag the screens around. I think I'll downgrade to the stable version if there is no solution for this... – tibi Oct 14 '11 at 7:04

Did you try:

section: links
     mon1:
          right = mon2
          left = mon4
     mon2:
          right = mon3
          left = mon1
     mon3:
          right = mon4
          left = mon2
     mon4:
          right = mon1
          left = mon3
end
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OP is running XP, where there is a GUI to configure screens. – Kevin M Oct 12 '11 at 19:38

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