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OS 10.4 - Wallpaper and second monitor issue


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SolRayz@gmail.c

 
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Not sure if this is an issue but it seems that I am unable to change the wallpaper on my secondary monitor as I change it in the primary. This wasn't an issue before but now suddenly it is not changing in unison with my primary and seems to be stuck on on an older wallpaper. Am I overlooking a setting somewhere. I have a HP1905 LCD running DVI from my MBP 2.4. The monitors are not mirrored. Thanks.
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ok i feel stoopid...You can change image and adjust the fit/stretch independantly on each respective screen. duhhh
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