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CAESAR II 5.2 Dual Monitor

CAESAR II 5.2 Dual Monitor

CAESAR II 5.2 Dual Monitor

I recently started using a second monitor at my work station.  More recently, I updated from 5.10 to 5.20.

With the new update, I can no longer adjust my display window to pan across both monitors.  I had no problem doing this in 5.10, but 5.20 will not allow the edge to be increased to a size greater than the pixel width of one monitor.  I can drag the input box to the second monitor, which is fine, but I would prefer to be able to spread the single window across both monitors.

Is there a setting I am missing or am I stuck with this?

RE: CAESAR II 5.2 Dual Monitor

That is a bug in 5.20 with the specific version of the graphics library we use.  5.10 was ok (as you state), and so is 5.30.

You can "undock" the spreadsheet and move that to the 2nd monitor, which will give you what you want.

Richard Ay
Intergraph CAS

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