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4X1 Multimonitor w/ flipped Landscape Help

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hipusmc
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Hi y'all,
New trial user here and have been trying to correct this issue for the past couple of hrs to no success. I apologize if this question has been answered but tried to search the FAQ and this forum to no success.. I need config assistance please. I have 4 (24inch) Dell S2415h (1920x 1080) monitor setup 2x2 layout and a Dell 27 inch 1080 x 1920 in Portrait. . I could not get AMD Eyefinity setup on it because the 2 top monitor are flipped landscape and 2 bottom are landscaped orientation. The reason i did the 2 top as flipped Landscaped is because the bezel are very thin at the top so it makes since to flip the orientation. Next to it is the 27inch in Portrait. the 27 inch fits PERFECTLY with the 4 (24 inch) in Landscape. Meaning there no significant gap typically with a different size monitor in this type of orientation. On the attached picture, you can see that the window alignment on the 4 landscape 2x2 monitor is great but when the window is moved to the left (27inch portrait) monitor there's a significant gap. (Hope that makes since) i did try messing around with the wallpaper setting and was able to correct the gap difference there just can't or don't know how to correct the monitor so all windows can align between them.. I hope this makes since. I will be grateful for any help y'all can provide. or if this is not what Display Fusion does... Many thanks.
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Nov 14, 2015  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Unfortunately there's not much you can do there. That issue is due to the differing resolution and physical PPI of the monitors. You can move that portrait monitor up in the Monitor Configuration, but that will fix it for the bottom, but cause a similar issue at the top instead.

Sorry!
Nov 17, 2015  • #2
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hipusmc
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Thanks Keith,
What is weird is on DF monitor config it doesn't show the monitor extending all the way down as show in the pix but short 3 inches.. My monitor actually covesr the length of BOTH (Portrait) of both Landcape monitor.. Y'all know why this is the case?
Nov 18, 2015  • #3
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Yep! That's due to the different vertical resolutions.

2 Landscape Stacked: 1080 x 2 = 2160 high
1 Portrait: 1920 high

The Windows Display settings, DF Monitor Config, and DF Wallpaper will all show the monitor proportions based on their resolution, since physical size doesn't actually affect anything regarding display settings/desktop wallpaper
Nov 18, 2015  • #4
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hipusmc
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Many thanks again Keith,
Qucik question, would you guys happen to know a solution (Software) that can correct this issue? I looked into a app called "Softth" that can correct this issue but the only downside is that its for gaming and i don't use this for the sole purpose of gaming but for Labbing. I think the "SoftTH" you have to edit some game .DLL file or something like that but for just the purpose of what i will use it for, this solution will not help... Keith, i was watching on youtube about splitting the screen. Not sure if you can umderstand what I'm asking or not but would this solution help me at all.. Maybe on the 2 bottom Landscape monitor i can resize it to 1920 x 840 so it will be the level with portrait monitor. This is just a long shot as i don't even know if something like this will work or not... I should of just purchased another 2 (24inch) dell and make it 6 24 inches, then i wouldn't have this issue... Thank you very much for your assistance sir...
Nov 19, 2015  • #5
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Unfortunately I don't know of any software that can correct that, no. Monitor Splitting wouldn't help either, unfortunately, as it doesn't affect the mouse cursor or window placement.

Sorry!
Nov 20, 2015  • #6
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nikos1
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I have tried mounting my top monitor upside down to minimize bezels but the mouse enters the screen from the top and the mouse controls are reversed how did you do this?

thanks
Niko
Feb 4, 2018  • #7
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twalker
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Hi hipusmc,

How do you setup 2x2 with 2 top lanscape flipped ? Which Radeon Software version that you used?
I could do 1x2 with 1 top landscape flipped by using old version crimson (not with new version andrenalin because I couldn't find "Radeon Additional Settings)

I have been spending days to set 2x2 with 2 top landscape flipped but no success.

Thanks for any help.
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