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21st March 2003, 21:42
Hey guys i use winamp on 2 different monitors on one computer. I am using WINDOWS XP and the problem i am having is when i use winamp on monitor 1 and make the avs go to fullscreen it throughs winamp on monitor 2 and puts the avs on monitor 1.......and i need the avs on monitor 2! i have also tried clicking the Multi-monitor and litestep vwm compatible, but i notice nothing changed! and i really need all this to work! please help me guys or at least tell me what im doing wrong!
Long live WINAMP:winamp:
21st March 2003, 21:54
so on fullscreen AVS, it goes to monitor 1, and the winamp window is on monitor 2.
why do you NEED AVS fullscreen on monitor two? if you are doing a live performance, then you can switch your monitor cables, so the projector is monitor one and your screen is monitor two.
22nd March 2003, 03:25
y'know, i'm surprised someone who types like that is smart enough to run two monitors at the same time. no offense, but i could barely read that.
plz don't write like dis its relly stupid and completly unreedble kthx!
long live grammer! :winamp: !!1
22nd March 2003, 03:52
thanks for making me feel welcome guys. Michaelthecat thanks for understanding me! but i cannot switch the cables, right after i use winamp avs i have to use powerpoint.
powerpoint= program on monitor 1 and slideshows on monitor 2
winamp = program on monitor 1 but on full screen avs puts avs on monitor 1 and winamp program on monitor 2
also i noticed nobody gave me a exact answer! so is there not a sulution to my problem? why could winamp not make a program to fix this?
p.s. srry for the improper grammar Atero, or maybe your brain isnt able to read my language....o and no offence dude...!...
22nd March 2003, 04:08
oh man, I have never used multiple monitors! and I dont know anything about it! what can I do, increase my posts! :d
22nd March 2003, 06:27
AVS goes to your primary display in fullscren and overlay mode. You'll have to extend your desktop across both monitors and move anything you're working on to your secondary display.
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