nothing in over a week, is this a dead project and did he drop this for FU, eitherway I am cool with it.
FU is this... just under a new name.
Its mentioned in the other thread
I wish i knew how to do fiberglass work...
Um, I guess this is where you put something witty.WITTY
My Web site, in the design stage. http://home.comcast.net/~cstrachn
Modified RRSkinEditor http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/rr-skins/65723-rrskineditor-bugs-fixes-comments-current-progress-outdated.html
I have no idea at the mo, I'm just concentrating on one screen at the moment, but the way I'm thinking so having or writing a 3rd party app that you run on the other screen but control through rr.. I want to check out the video dual screen first mind you. Will have a play once all the basic screens are done first.
music/videos/navi/etc. and then a 15 inch monitor in the dash for a large navigation screen, visualizations, videos, emulators, etc. so, keep up the good work is all i can say!
I have an idea which may seem a bit silly, but here goes.
Set the screens up so that the desktop is extended onto the second monitor positioned to the right of the primary. Now if the window is restored down (not fullscreen), and you drag it between the two, half will be displayed on the primary, half on the secondary. If rr is run non-maximised, but positioned at 0,0 with the window sized at 1600x480, it should be split evenly between the two. If the video player window is encapsulated in the right hand pane (801-1600 x), it will be on the secondary monitor. The same could be done for visualisations etc. Though this method would get rather tricky if you wanted the video/visualisations to be displayed on both front and rear monitors.
As for control in the rear, I've never tried to run 2 touch screens at once (only about to buy my first!), has anyone?