[wingide-users] Multiple monitor supportWing IDE Support support at wingide.com
Tue, 5 Aug 2003 18:15:08 -0400 (EDT)
Both of these are unfortunate problems with gtk1, which makes some overly simplistic low-level assumptions on win32. We looked at fixing this but it's quite difficult. Solving the problem will instead be part of our move to gtk2, which is in progress but I don't have any estimates right now for availability of product based on that. Sorry about this. Stephan Deibel -- Wing IDE for Python Archaeopteryx Software, Inc Take Flight! www.wingide.com On Tue, 5 Aug 2003, Jed Burgess wrote: > I'm using Wing with a two monitor setup under XP, and there are several > problems when a Wing window is located on the secondary monitor. > > - The scroll wheel does not work on a window that is located on the > secondary monitor. If the window spans both monitors, then scrolling > will work if the cursor is on the side of the window located on the > primary monitor, but not if it is located within the part of the window > contained on the second monitor. > > - When I click on a menu of a window located on the secondary monitor, > the drop down menu appears on the primary monitor. If my secondary > monitor is located to the left of the primary one, the menu appears on > the far left of the primary monitor. If the secondary monitor is > located to the right of the primary one, then the menu appears at the > far right of the primary monitor. > > Is there a setting somewhere that I can set to improve multiple monitor > support or are there perhaps fixes in the works? > > Thanks, > Jed > > _________________________________________________ > Wing IDE discussion list > http://wingide.com/support/forum >
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