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klapdeur 
Multi monitor setup on amiga os4.1
Posted on 8-Jan-2017 20:32:30
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Joined: 11-Oct-2011
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Im wondering is it possible or planned to have two monitor screens atbthe same time as with macos and wintel.
To enlarge workbench screen or to have to different programs on each screen .
1 screen dopus on the other some other aplication.

Would be handy if we have that.

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pavlor 
Re: Multi monitor setup on amiga os4.1
Posted on 8-Jan-2017 21:36:21
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@klapdeur

Only with two GFX cards - different programs on each screen.

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