I have two computers, Melchior and Orchard. My screens are laid out like this:
Orchard1, Melchior, Orchard2
Currently, Orchard1 and Orchard2 are simply dual monitors, in that the right of Orchard1 is connected to the left of Orchard2. Is there any way to use Synergy so that I can connect the right of Orchard1 to the left of Melchior, and connect the right of Melchior to the left of Orchard2?
asked 18 Sep '11, 08:24
I accomplished this by changing up the order so that the 2 screens on the outside are next to each other and wrap to the far sides and then the middle one thinks its to the left and right of both screens.
So instead of the way you have it set up, do it this way instead:
Orchard2, Melchior, Orchard1
Your config should look something like this:
You end up with one never-ending screen. It's awesome.
answered 26 Oct '11, 08:45
I was able to address this myself by manually modifying the config file, as follows:
I think this will help the original poster.section: links A: right = B left = B
answered 22 Sep '11, 21:43
The answer is no. Synergy does not do that. Synergy views all monitors, no matter how many, on each machine as ONE display. Synergy does not differentiate between single and dual display systems.
answered 24 Oct '11, 10:51