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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

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has anyone tried the screen spanning doctor? i have an iBook G4 with osx...as of now, it can only offer mirrored dual monitors...i would like to expand the desktop over 2 monitors. THe only patch to this is the named software...anyone try it yet?
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that sucks i didnt realize the iBook only offers mirroring monitors.

PowerBook has built in spanning screens.
I haven't seen the screen spanning doctor so I am not really sure

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that sucks i didnt realize the iBook only offers mirroring monitors.

PowerBook has built in spanning screens.
I haven't seen the screen spanning doctor so I am not really sure

I didn't realize there was any way to span screens on ibooks until I saw this. Turns out its being discussed somewhere else too:

http://lowendmac.com/misc/04/0202.html#2

I'm going to try it as soon as I get home.
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hey - that looks great- can't wait to try that!!!
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I've been using this for about a week. The spanning is very nice when I'm at home. Though the clamshell mode doesn't work well on the ibooks =/
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