VMC and Dual Monitor setup...

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  1. ncinsguy

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    When I use VMC on my 2nd monitor and maximize it the mouse stays on #2 and i can't move it back to #1. Is there a way i can get my mouse back to #1? With other programs I can go back to #1 while maximized.

    Can you play a screen saver on #2 and work on #1 or vice-versa?
     
    ncinsguy, Jan 6, 2010
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  2. ncinsguy

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    What is "VMC" ?

    2 and i can't move it back to 1. Is there a way i can get
    1? With other programs I can go back to 1 while
    2 and work on 1 or vice-versa?
     
    Guest, Jan 8, 2010
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  3. ncinsguy

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    Vista Media Center.

    It might even be listed inn one of the acronym dictionaries online, or
    try define:vmc in Google...

    I didn't look in those places myself, since I know the answer, but you
    might keep the idea in mind next time.

    On 1/08/10, Gary Mount posted:

    2 and i can't move it back to 1. Is there a way i can get
    1? With other programs I can go back to 1 while
    2 and work on 1 or vice-versa?

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    Guest, Jan 8, 2010
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