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Wallpaper support for complex multi-monitor setups

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Henry Fell38801
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My user story is something like this... I have 4 displays. Two landscaped ultra-wides on my desktop, side by side, and a 3rd ultrwide in portrat mode standing up on the right. (so, 3 displays, side by side). I also have a 55" 4K TV on the wall, more or less "above" monitors 1 & 2.

When putting up wallpaper, it would be SO ideal to have wallpaper span monitors 1, 2, and 3, and have a seperate wallpaper on monitor #4. This is because, if I lay the monitors out properly (with the HDTV on top of the other displays), the perspective on the wallpaper is terrible. It gets black bars and/or my 3 displays are looking at a part of the graphic at the very bottom. I now have to place the HDTV to the far left of the displays to get the wallpaper to look right.

I see that I can elect to put a unique image on each montitor, or I can elect to have one image span all monitors, but I can't span an image on SOME monitors and use a seperate image for others.

I get that I can do this myself by choppping the image up into 3 pieces and putting them all on to the right monitors, and then use a 4th image for my TV, but it would be nice if this app could parse it all for me.
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22 days ago  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
You can definitely do this! Please see this guide for details: How To Span Wallpaper Images Across Groups of Monitors
22 days ago  • #2
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Henry Fell38801
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Worked perfectly, thank you!
12 days ago  • #3
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