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I don't know how to phrase this question. I have a dual monitor setup with a 23" monitor above my 15.6" laptop. The edge between them obviously does not line up. Is it possible to have the mouse pointer move directly up between the monitors?

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I'm on Windows 10. Both screens have the same resolution, so offsetting them in settings does not help:

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I would need to have it like this:

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  • If you go to Settings>displays (I think, I'm not currently on an English computer), you can move both screens around so the mouse lines up a bit better. For example, I use these settings for this setup. – cascer1 Nov 30 '16 at 14:18
  • @cascer1 i know that i can offset it like this imgur.com/gyiBa6y , but the resolution of both screens is the same, so it messes up the right side. What I would need is this: imgur.com/2hI0lH0 and I don't think it's possible – Asalas77 Nov 30 '16 at 14:26
  • Oh, I didn't realize they had the same resolution. I'm afraid I can't help you then, sorry! Perhaps you could add this fact to the question so other people will know! – cascer1 Nov 30 '16 at 14:28
  • @cascer1 yeah I probably should have mentioned that in the question – Asalas77 Nov 30 '16 at 14:29

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