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Does anyone know how to get the picture to go over two displays like this?
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I beleive that is two different wallpapers... Although i would have on clue on how to make 2 seperate wallpapers on each screen. Try googling it...
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I beleive that is two different wallpapers... Although i would have on clue on how to make 2 seperate wallpapers on each screen. Try googling it...
Its real easy to put two different backgrounds when you have more then one display connected and you click on the desktop control panel you get a window on each screen.

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I think is it likely one large picture that he split in to two, than applies one as the wall paper on the main desktop, and the other as the wallpaper on the extended desktop.

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for some excellent dual screen wallpapers, head to Mandolux
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Its real easy to put two different backgrounds when you have more then one display connected and you click on the desktop control panel you get a window on each screen.
Ohh i see... Thanks
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