I have the following dual-screen set up on my Windows 7 PC:
, that means my secondary monitor is on the left side of my primary monitor.
Now I have a dual-screen wallpaper that should stretch across the monitors. I have set it to "Tile" mode.
Problem: The wallpaper invariably starts at
 (left edge of the image being on the left edge of
), and then continues on
. It basically splits the wrong way, producing a rather awkward look.
How can I make the wallpaper appear correctly (i.e. left edge of the image being on the left edge of
P.S.: I am aware that software like UltraMon could work around this by creating tailored wallpapers with flipped halves or whatnot. I consider this a sucky solution. I basically want Windows to get it right by itself. I've actually told it my screen alignment in the Control panel, so it can't be that difficult, can it?