[futurebasic] Re: [FB] Second Monitor

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From: Joe Lewis Wilkins <PepeToo@...>
Date: Thu, 02 Sep 2004 17:37:58 -0700
Hi David,

To prevent Adam from "appearing to be" too stupid, let me do it for him. 
I've never used PG, though I've used FB a lot; so I barely know what you 
mean, and would need a bit more guidance to implement your suggestion; 
so, can you  be a bit more explicit, Like what is a PG filter, and how 
would you locate what you're suggesting be used?

Joe Wilkins

David Cottrell wrote:

> I have the code for this but there is a very easy answer which works 
> over all systems.
>
> Open the pg filter and copy out the functions you want!
>
> You don't need to be using PG to do this but you may have to modify 
> some globals. I use pg for all projects of this type so even my 
> functions make use of the pg globals etc.
>
> let me know if you need more.
>
> HTH
>
> david
>
> On 03/09/2004, at 7:33 AM, Adam Bell wrote:
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>> As a newbie (just received FB in the mail today) who owns a 17" and 
>> 19" monitor running side by side under OS X, I'm hoping the answer to 
>> this question is not specific to 68K machines. I assume there's a 
>> gestalt check for dual monitors that includes their resolution and 
>> which has the menu bar, but haven't encountered it yet.
>>
>> Adam
>>
>> At 12:45 PM -0700 9/2/04, George Wood wrote:
>>
>>> I have written a program that plays Midi/QT files. I want to display the
>>> words to the songs that are played. I have it working fine on the main
>>> monitor, but would like to do the following:
>>> 1.  detect if the second monitor is there
>>> 2. If so, then open the window by setting the rect before opening to 
>>> open it
>>> on the second monitor. if not then open on the main monitor.(or whatever
>>> will work.) The monitors may not be the same size. I need to have 
>>> the window
>>> to open completely covering the entire desktop including menu bar. I am
>>> using standard basic with 68K code. Not carbon or PPC.
>>> Thanks
>>> George Wood
>>> gwendalwood@...
>>>
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