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I am a software architect, living in Charlotte, NC.


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comment How can I set a dual-display, single-background when my primary display is on the right?
Petr, thanks for this answer but it really is less prefered. As Iszi pointed out, this isn't a great solution if your image isn't exactly the right resolution-- it's a bit annoying to have to trial-and-error your way to an image that is split correctly. Still, this is an option I had considered, so thanks for pointing it out. +1
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comment How can I set a dual-display, single-background when my primary display is on the right?
Iszi: Post an answer. DisplayFusion works like a charm. I tend to shy away from answers that defer to plugins, but since this appears to be the only option (other than modifying my files) I'll give you the answer mark.
Oct
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comment How can I set a dual-display, single-background when my primary display is on the right?
Instead of writing a ton of comments, I've added a Clarification section to my post. Please read through it and feel free to ask further questions. If necessary, I'll make another edit clarifying the clarifications. o_O
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comment How can I set a dual-display, single-background when my primary display is on the right?
That's correct. The top-left is fixed to the top left of my Main display, regardless of physical display orientation.
Oct
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comment How can I set a dual-display, single-background when my primary display is on the right?
In a sense, that's what I did when I swapped how they were plugged in. I actually have a large (physical) desktop, with 4 (yes, 4) displays, connected to 3 machines. The two that are connected to the mentioned PC can't be re-oriented on my desktop because the far-left one is not in a convient location as a primary monitor. It's so far to the right, I really have to twist my back to stare at it. Not a problem when it's a secondary display, however, I can't look at it for 4-8 hours a day without it being a real, physical problem. :(
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accepted Can I mirror a folder's contents as it's changed in OSX?
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revised Can I mirror a folder's contents as it's changed in OSX?
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comment Can I mirror a folder's contents as it's changed in OSX?
Yes, I actually want all of the contents of one folder (including it's sub folders) to mirror (or be symbolically linked) to another folder. Thanks for the reference to Wikipedia. It looks like the code that they provide will do the trick.
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comment How can I turn on what looks like a Lotus Notes Replication Status screen?
Yup, that's the one. Thank you.
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asked How can I turn on what looks like a Lotus Notes Replication Status screen?
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comment Free Tool to search IN files (even over a network)
+1 for the obvious that I missed...