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comment Windows 7 with a 7" tertiary monitor
I'll have to play, but did not know about Magnify/docked window.
Dec
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Dec
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comment Windows 7 with a 7" tertiary monitor
Well, it was more of a general question of whether Windows 7 can scale or zoom monitors independently. I'm not near a Win7 machine at the moment with dual monitors so can't really test it out.
Dec
23
comment Windows 7 with a 7" tertiary monitor
Jeez the Close Hammer is out already on this? Tough crowd. Probably screen magnification as I don't think the application window could be scaled. I haven't attempted anything as I don't have the monitor yet (holding off on purchasing until I do).
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comment How to configure network with two routers under Mac OS X
To be honest, none of these reasons make any sense. Most switches can operate at/near the rated wire-speed of the device (10/100 or 10/100/1000 Gigabit switch). Adding NAT/stateful packet inspection adds overhead, which is what the router needs to do. Wrong tool for the job. Simple as that.
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comment How to configure network with two routers under Mac OS X
Do yourself a favor and scrap the 2nd router and get a proper switch. it's like using a screwdriver to hammer a nail: it'll work, but it's so much more difficult.
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comment Windows 7: Detect new secondary monitor without rebooting
My very first comment was "I know how to setup a second display"... it really doesn't get any more clear than that. Where I work, when people say I want a second monitor... it might just mean that they want a.. wait for it... second monitor.
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comment Windows 7: Detect new secondary monitor without rebooting
@Kruug et al: Please read carefully. There's two monitors (I said "secondary", root word "second" as in "monitor #2"). clearly you don't have an answer; not sure why you're still flogging your "dual display 101" answer. Can't believe this was upvoted either.
Jan
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comment Windows 7: Detect new secondary monitor without rebooting
It's on DVI. I'll take a look at vid card settings.