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    fabio
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    screenshot of the dual screen menu??
    hi

    can somebody post me a screenshot of the screen-menu if you have pluged two screens?? i mean, can you "put" the screens where you want??

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    screenshot of the dual screen menu??

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    I don't have a screenshot of the menus but http://www.mac-forums.com/forums/att...tachmentid=113

    that is how I am setup right now. I have it set so that when my mouse rolls from the bottom of the lcd which is higher it goes the same height on my powerbook so it doesnt jump screen. It works perfectly
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    screenshot of the dual screen menu??
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    Yes, you can put the monitors where you want them.

    The "Displays" System Preference item has an "Arrangement" tab. Within the arrangement window you can move the "Monitor" icons pretty much anywhere. (Left, right, top, bottom. This represents where you have the monitors in relation to one another.) You can also move the title bar (within the arrangement window) from one monitor to the other which sets that monitor as the main/startup monitor.

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    fabio
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    oke, i asked, because im going to switch.
    and i'm using two screens.
    in win98 i can move the screens, looks like this.

    does it look in os x the same way??


    another question.

    the mainscreen is a DVI, and the second screen is a VGA.

    what converters do i need with the G5 2*2.5???
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    Yes, it looks the same but better

    I believe that you need an ADC to VGA adapter.

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    you can drag the monitors about and choose what way you want them set up and whatever the menu bar is on = the primary monitor
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