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Vern Opperman is the one that found this little tidbit out.If you have two monitors there is a way to get to the second monitor with your mouse in full screen mode. He figured this out quite by accident and then being persistant in figuring out how he did it.Some of you may already know this trick but I have not seen it posted yet if it has.When you are in full screen mode move your mouse all the way up to the top of the monitor. You will see the mouse icon change to the resize icon. left click and hold then move your screen down a bit, and then move it all the way bake up again. Your mouse will now move from monitor to monitor through the newly created 'wormhole'.http://www3.telus.net/midget_ice/Radar_small.gifThis ain't no game kid!http://www3.telus.net/midget_ice/Radar_small.gifhttp://www3.telus.net/midget_ice/dansig.jpg

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thx!i never knew that i will check it out in a few daysdoes this mean that you can have your front cockpit view 'stretched' between two monitors ?

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HiI've been running multiple monitors in FS full screen mode pretty much since win98 introduced the ability. The only time I've had this problem is when the video card selected in FS is the default; "Primary video card". If the actual primary video card is selected, than the problem goes away. For example:In the FS disply hardware setup screen there will be listed all the video card your machine has installed, like this:Primary Video Card (Default)Geforce 3Voodoo 3Voodoo BansheeIn this example if it is left as default, then you will not be able to move the mouse from screen to screen. If however you select the actual name of your primary card, in this case "Geforce 3", then it should work perfectly.Of cource this in not applicable to WideFS, but only to multiple monitors of one machine.Give it a try, let us know if it solve the problem. Simon.

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