This might be complicated to explain but I'll try my best. I have two monitors that are stacked vertically and 1 monitor to the side, all 1080p. How I have my displays arranged currently is the two stacked monitors are vertical while the side monitor is placed relatively 50% to the top/bottom of the stacked monitors. In the display settings, it would look like the side monitor is offset down by 540px from the top of the top monitor. This is fine, but I would like it so that when I move the mouse from my top monitor to the side monitor, I'm not forced to move my mouse down from the top of the top monitor then be able to move my mouse to the side (this would make things easier for when I move windows around).

What I'm wondering is if it's possible to get my mouse to move across without the clipping issue since my side monitor doesn't extend high or low enough to line up with the stacked monitors.

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    AFAIK, I don't think this is possible. I'm trying to get 2 monitors of different resolutions to "fit" together without having to "jump" my mouse around the "corners", so I'd love to hear a good answer to this, too. – computercarguy Nov 28 '17 at 22:30
  • It should be possible to write an AHK script to accomplish this, or adapt one of the existing mouse wrapper scripts out there... – wysiwyg Nov 29 '17 at 0:50

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