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Help setting up multi-monitor wallpaper

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I can't figure out how to set up my desktop wallpaper the way I want. I am running a wallpaper slideshow from a folder. I have two monitors, one in portrait mode and one ultrawide divided into 3 virtual monitors. I want the same picture on both monitors, and I want the full picture on the ultrawide spanning the three virtual monitors, and the picture on the portrait to be the full monitor height with the edges clipped off, but I want the picture on the portrait monitor to be the middle of the image. I figured out how to do almost all of this. I can get all of this but the picture on the portrait mode monitor is the right-most section of the image instead of the center, or I can get all of this except the picture on the portrait mode is a different picture. Any help appreciated!
Mar 15, 2019  • #1
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Hi Frank, if you select "Same image on all monitors", then make sure that the "Wallpaper" option is unchecked in the Monitor Configuration window for splitting. This will allow you to configure the same image on each monitor with slightly different settings as needed. Enjoy!
Mar 18, 2019  • #2
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