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Is there any way to get a single wide desktop wallpaper to span a dual monitor setup in OS X?

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Thanks for the program name. In case anyone else stumbles across this, MultiScape can be found on Github – user114301 Jan 19 '12 at 3:09

Without splitting the image by hand into two halves (one for each monitor)? Not currently.

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Their is a program called Multiscape that would automatically do what Chealion explained by getting your screen dimensions and automatically sizing and splitting the wallpaper. Although the google code page is down. If you want to go on a treasure hunt Multiscape is what you're after.

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the google link is down. I found the binary and compiled it. I tried to find a way to contact the creator, but to no avail. I apologize in advance to you, mystery person.

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