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I have an external monitor that lets the cursor go to my macbook through the left side of the screen. How can I switch it so it goes through the right side?
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System Preferences - Displays - Arrangement tab - change the position of the two monitors.

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Thank you very much for solution to this. I setup mu ipad 2 as a 2nd display for working with final cut on the road and I needed to switch the external monitor to the opposite side so I could have my browser and effects panels in the ipad.

I registered for this forum just to say thanks but obviously a great forum so I'll stick around.

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