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Always snap mouse when moving between monitors

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I've just been given a new setup and am now using a 16" lapto2 1 x 24" monitor, both with a resolution of 1920x1080

What I want is to have the mouse snap when moving between the monitors, wasn't an issue on the old setup, but am noticing it more now.
For example if I'm trying to get the scroll bar on the left monitor I will miss and end up on the right hand monitor.

Guess I want something like window snapping, where there is a pause dragging a window between monitors, but on all the time.

Not just sticky corners, but sticky edges!
10 days ago (modified 10 days ago)  • #1
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Just been looking around, and have found that the Actual Multiple Monitors application has a "Tight monitor boundaries" option that does exactly what I need.

I did use AMM or AWM before switching to Display Fusion
9 days ago  • #2
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Hi Mike,

I've added this to our feature request list. We don't guarantee that feature requests will be implemented, or offer timelines on possible implementation. We'll be sure to let you know if we do add it to our planned features in a future version.

8 days ago  • #3
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If I'm understanding correctly, this would be a nice feature to have.

I use multiple Windows Gadgets loaded into a sidebar on both my Windows 7 and Windows 10 machines. With a three-monitor system (side-by-side) I can't have the sidebars autohide because (1) on inner monitor edges there is no "edge" for the mouse pointer to trigger the un-hiding of the sidebar, the pointer just moves to the next screen, and (2) on the two outside monitor edges, with mouse-wrapping enabled the pointer just wraps around to the other monitor.

So if "sticky edges" would fix this, then please add my vote.

And if I can add to my dream wish-list, maybe make it selective for inside and/or outside edges.
7 days ago  • #4
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