Depending on the setting under Setup > Accessories > Display Switch > select menu Dialog type, the minimal or advanced dialog is displayed.
The names and properties of the displays are detected. On each display, the connector, the assigned number (1 = main screen) as well as the name is shown. Example: 1: DVI-D(II): Samsung 24"
Define Primary Display
Split display over several screens
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, provided that Setup > Accessories > Display Switch > Options > Rotate displays (Page orientation) is activated. To switch from the advanced to the minimal dialog, click on Simple.
Change mouse settings
The procedure with the minimal dialog is described below, provided that Setup > Accessories > Display Switch > Options > Mouse options is activated. To change from the advanced dialog to the minimal dialog, click Simple.
Magnify screen (zoom)
You can magnify the screen content. The effect is equivalent to the screen magnifier in full screen mode with Microsoft Windows: All fonts and graphics are magnified using the same factor; in this way, a virtual screen is created which is larger than the available monitor size. Thus, the user sees a magnified detail of the complete screen content; he can relocate the detail by moving the mouse to the edge of the screen.
The screen content is magnified. The scaling factor results from the relation between virtual resolution and simulated real resolution.
When the same content is displayed on several screens (shadow screens), all screens show the same detail. However, you can set the zoom for each screen individually.
Change refresh rate
For standard monitors, 60 Hz is an appropriate refresh rate in most cases.
Restore default settings