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Using Display Switch

Identify Displays

Specify main screen

  1. If necessary, switch to the advanced dialog with Advanced.
  2. Select the screen that you wish to specify as the main screen.
  3. Enable Main screen.

Split display over several screens

You have various options for using several screens. In the dialog, the connection, the assigned number (1 = main screen) and the name is shown for each screen. Example: 1: DVI-D(II): Samsung 24"

The procedure with the minimal dialog is described below. To switch from the advanced to the minimal dialog, click on Simple.

Rotate displays (Page orientation)

The procedure with the minimal dialog is described below; Setup > Accessories > Display Switch > Options > Rotate displays (Page orientation) must be enabled. To switch from the advanced to the minimal dialog, click on Basic.

Change mouse settings

The procedure with the minimal dialog is described below; Setup > Accessories > Display Switch > Options > Mouse Options must be enabled. To switch from the advanced to the minimal dialog, click on Simple.

Zoom display (screen magnifying glass)

You can magnify the screen content. The effect is the same as with the screen magnifying glass in Microsoft Windows: All text and graphics are magnified by the same factor; this results in a virtual display area which is bigger than the monitor’s available display area. The user therefore sees a magnified section of the entire screen content; the section can be moved by moving the mouse to the edge of the screen.

  1. If necessary, switch to the advanced dialog with Advanced.
  2. Enable Zoom.
  3. Under Virtual resolution, set the highest possible value. Example: 1920x1200
  4. Under Resolution, set a low value. This value simulates the actual resolution of the screen. Example: 1280x800
  5. Click on Apply.

    The screen content will be magnified. The magnification factor results from the ratio of the virtual resolution and the simulated actual resolution.

    If the same content is displayed on a number of screens (Shadow screens), all screens will show the same section. However, you can set a different magnification level for each of the screens.

Change refresh rate

A refresh rate of 60 Hz is usually suitable for standard screens.

  1. If necessary, switch to the advanced dialog with Advanced.
  2. Under Refresh rate, set the desired value.

Restore default settings