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Old 02-07-2023, 04:45 PM   #1
Vince007
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Default Application Windows Across 2 Monitors

Hello:

Is it possible to have an application window across 2 monitors - I have a 2 monitor setup and like to keep my video call applications (Zoom) in the middle of the 2 monitors - basically half on each monitor. Currently if you slide a window from one monitor to the other it shows it as sort of a "ghost" image on the other monitor while you are moving it and cuts off the portion of the window once you release it.

I would like to see half the window on each monitor -

I am using a MacBook Air 2022 (M2) running 13.2 and a Plugable Dock (UD-6950PDZ)

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Old 02-08-2023, 12:41 PM   #2
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Hello:

Is it possible to have an application window across 2 monitors - I have a 2 monitor setup and like to keep my video call applications (Zoom) in the middle of the 2 monitors - basically half on each monitor. Currently if you slide a window from one monitor to the other it shows it as sort of a "ghost" image on the other monitor while you are moving it and cuts off the portion of the window once you release it.

I would like to see half the window on each monitor -

I am using a MacBook Air 2022 (M2) running 13.2 and a Plugable Dock (UD-6950PDZ)

Attached screen shots to show what I mean (one from each monitor)
Within the Mission Control section System Settings, you need to disable 'Displays have separate spaces'

See this DisplayLink KB article for more information --> https://support.displaylink.com/know...ank-on-one-dis
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