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    Screenspanning on OLD imac G5?

    I have an older iMac G5 (2Ghz PowerPC, bought in Sept 2005) and I just came upon a very nice Lacie flatpanel LCD that I would like to add on to my iMac and use screen spanning between the two while working on photos. I've heard rumors that it is possible (with hacks?) but I haven't found anything definate and I sure can't see any video outputs on the back of my screen/tower.

    Can anyone help me make this possible?!

    And details are critical, for I am not a Mac wizard, that's for sure!

    - J

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    A quick search from the last 24 hours on this very forum turned up this result:
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    Quote Originally Posted by D3v1L80Y
    A quick search from the last 24 hours on this very forum turned up this result:
    I saw that site before but I'm still confused about exactly where and how I would plug in the second screen. Any help there?

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