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i use nvidia surround to "stitch" two monitors which gives me higher frame rate than running two individual monitors in XP-11.
the only drawback, is that all XP windows and dialogues pop up in the center, and can't be moved.. and they're often obscured by the bezels of the monitors.
is there a setting file to adjust the default coordinates for popups?
here's a screenshot of my set up in action
Here's a photo of what i see when i open the menu:
I am not from Laminar Research; just a flight simmer from down under.
Because you have configured ((stitched) your 2 screens within nvidia surround as a single screen your are getting your visual problem. NVidia surround should only be used for odd number of screen whereby the centre screen, subsequently the centre of your screen visual will give you the information you need instead of a split screen.
You need to have a good read of the user manual found at https://x-plane.com/manuals/desktop/index.html#configuringamulti-monitorsimulator
Although this reference deals with 3 screens (best effect ) it may be prudent to have a look at YouTube videos by MIchael Brown found in his overall video listing at https://www.youtube.com/user/col2mab/videos and look for his video titles containg "using multiple screens"
Also have a look at videos from Russ Barlow found at https://www.youtube.com/user/srbarlow/videos Perform the same search as advised for Michael.
Because you are not using three screens you need to set one of you screens as the main screen and the other screen as an additional view. Both references advise and demonstrate how to set up the additional view..
The advice is to configure your screen setup within X-Plane.
My personal advice would be to acquire an additional 3rd screen making the setup very easy either using NVidia surround or within X-Plane.
Good reading and long viewing sessions.
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