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Mirror to Second Display

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Copeland Chevrolet
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I want to a mirror of a selected window to always display on Monitor # 2 on Windows 10. When I mirror now it mirrors the selected window on the primary display only. How do I fix this?
Jan 3, 2020  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
I believe we resolved this via email already, but I'll post the solution here for others as well.

The mirror window will open on whichever monitor the mouse cursor is on by default. So if you move the mouse to the second monitor before using the hotkey, it will open there. Alternatively, you can create a Trigger rule on the Settings > Triggers tab to always force the mirror windows to the second monitor. I've attached a screenshot for reference.

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Jan 7, 2020  • #2
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Perfect Chaos
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Is there a way to set a Trigger rule for Mirror Windows with no borders? I have found that when there are no borders, the Trigger rule doesn't detect the Window Text since there is no border to show such text.
12 days ago  • #3
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The Window Text still gets set even though there's no caption bar, but I can confirm that the Trigger rules aren't working on those windows. I will check in with our developers and keep you posted.
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