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Dual Monitors HELP!!!


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Own a boutique and use iMac for business. Have the iMac connected to an LCD tv screen. Want to feature music videos (yahoomusic.com for example) on the LCD tv screen while doing general wok on the iMac. Also want the external tv monitor to be in "full screen". Ok, but when I do anything on the iMac, it goes back to regular screen. Is there a way to override this? So need your help! Angie
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if they ar connected via vga cable, you can set up all the outputs and sizes in the intel graphics oprion. the option is extended desktop. u can put whatever you want on the imac, and keep the other computer straight and make chages on the i mac. its real easy i think you can do it
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Mac OS X 10.4 Help: Setting up multiple displays as an extended desktop
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