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You could use next Chrome command line parameters (update a Chrome shortcut target): to specify the initial window position: --window-position=x,y and to specify the initial window size: --window-size=w,h, or to start the browser maximized, regardless of any previous settings: --start-maximized So the target of a Chrome shortcut for starting Chrome ...
Multiple monitors is indeed something that takes a bit of finesse. It took me a while to make X play nice. At first glance it appears that "Screen 1" hasn't been added to the "ServerLayout" Take a look at my xorg.conf file I use for 4 monitors. It physically looks something like this: Screen2 - Screen 1 - Screen 3 | Screen 0 ...
We got this problem on a Nvidia card. To use the third monitor the display port adapter had to be an active one. I know that some AMD card need a dongle to active the third monitor. And some model doesn't support 3 monitor. Maybe take a look at this thread: http://community.spiceworks.com/topic/325771-using-3-monitors-on-1-pc
LPChip is right 100%. Personally. I think 1 high end card that is a better option. It will last longer, and higher end cards now normally support 4 outputs, not just 3. When you have 2 cards, if 1 fails in a year or 2, good luck finding that same card again. Cost, why spend 150 for 2 weak cards, when you can have 1 decent card for 50 more bucks. So to ...
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