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Thread: Driveline losine "my apps" and dual screen questions.

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    thanks clockwork for the advice.

    on the fullscreen to tell you the truth i dont know how long is this problem run. i mean i dont use driveline for movies ( due to the problem with the two screens ) so i just open it when i am alone to listen music and play with th eskinds. i ll try the default skin and i ll come back...

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    You can watch movies on either screen. Just double-click on the blank area where the video should be and it will switch from one screen to the other.

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    what blank area clockwork. i ve read this in the past and didn't understood what i had to do. there is no blank area. both of the screens has the driveline as front ....! there is no blank area. there is something that i am missing again....!

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    Open up DriveLine. With DriveLine displaying on both monitors, go to the "Now Playing" screen on both monitors. One screen will have the video/visualization, and the other will have just a blank area where the video/visualization would be. Double-click in the blank area, and the video will move to there.

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    did went down in the car and tried what you have told. first of all there must be some conflict with the nvidia drivers ( 96.85 ) so at this time i get no fullscreen on either of the screen.

    but when i was getting fullscreen on the one screen i have tried what you have told me ( the only difference is that the blank area is a green area on me ) and again i wasn't able to get fullscreen on the big ( 1280x800 ) screen .

    i think i have to fix the driver's problem first . as i get no support for 5500 in the windows 7 and the only option is run a compability modes older drivers.

    i have to work on this .

    i ll post some news if i have

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    Even with a driver problem, I think you should still get DriveLine to be full-screen. For full-screen video, do a long-hold on the visualization/video window. To move the video from monitor 1 to monitor 2, double-click in the green area.

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    this is the third time i am writing it . there is something wrong with the topic server and i cant post.

    clockwork u are awesome man ( you know this already i suppoce) ,. anyway i did what wxaclty you have told me and now i have fullscreen video in both of the screens..!

    my apologies and thanks for the help man.

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    I'm glad everything is working correctly.

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