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Wallpaper missing an important option, tile image across all monitors

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theperm
5 discussion posts
u can span a single image across all monitors, by stretching the image, not much use to me as it distorts the image
u can use a different image on each monitor
but what u can not do is tile a single image so that it perfectly fits each monitor. U can do this in windows 7 using the strecth option, dont know why u cant do this in desktop fusion.

Can u add a use same image on each monitor option (that tiles instead of spans)
Mar 31, 2010  • #1
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Kevin F.
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Um, unless you mean allow it to randomly rotate with the same image on both, you defiantly can do this.
Mar 31, 2010  • #2
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theperm
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both? I have 8 lol. Same image on all monitors but stretched to fit each monitor individually. How can u do this? The only option I see is span all monitors but the image stretchs across all monitors.

I dont want to use the second option as it requires setting an image for each monitor. It seems the option "Use same image on each monitor is missing" as it logically express what I require and i cant create this any other method other than with the windows settings, which I guess I should probably use then.
Apr 2, 2010  • #3
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Kevin F.
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As of now, you would have to set an image for each monitor, but this would her out of sync with random wallpapers. Jon may decide to add another option for this in the future if he decides to.

and 8 monitors? WOW. How do you do that? Seriously, I can't even get three working out of my laptop.
Apr 2, 2010  • #4
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theperm
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Apr 3, 2010  • #5
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
You can easily do this when manually setting the image on each monitor (using the "Copy settings from Monitor #X" option), but when using the random image changer this isn't currently possible, sorry.
Apr 15, 2010  • #6
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