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PostPosted: 16 Oct 2015, 18:18 
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So i got my 24-32-24 PLP setup running, and I'm pretty happy with it. But now that I've sides in portrait, I'd like to have windows 'snap' to emulated screen edges. I installed Hydravision, but upon launch it says that no ATI drivers are installed. I'm guessing it's because it hasn't been updated in ages, as have the ATI/AMD GPu drivers. So now I'm hunting after and alternative that can do the job. I tried Ultramon, but I couldn't see anywhere to achieve these fake-o screen edges.

So, anyone has good experiences or know of any alternatives?

Ah ha, I found Displayfusion. It appears to be able to do what i want. but settings the screens seems to be a bit of a pain. have to set all pixel dimensions manually. :/


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PostPosted: 20 Aug 2016, 13:45 
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Is displayfusion the only alternative?

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