Show fullscreen only on 2 of 3 Displays

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  • #31634
    Avatarrighter
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    Hi

    I have connected a third display which I wanna use to show the local computer.
    I want to have a full screen of the NoMachine session on the other 2 displays.
    But I can only change the fullscreen on one or all three displays.

    Any chance to do that?

    #31671
    AvatarCarin
    Participant

    Hi righter,

    There is a Feature Request open regarding this feature.
    Please see here: Making it possible to treat multiple monitors connected on the server as separate windows on client side

    If you want you can subscribe to show your interest and to be notified when it will be released.

    #31682
    Avatarrighter
    Participant

    Hi,

    Thanks for the link.
    Wow, this FR it’s over 4 years old.
    Any chance to push this one? I’ve used the notify option.

    Will there be an ETA of implementing that FR?

     

    #31715
    AvatarCarin
    Participant

    Hi righter,

    Thanks for the feedback. This Feature Request it’s not a top priority, but we do listen and keep monitoring our user’s interest. Subscribing (as you did) is a good way to raise its importance.

    #31745
    Avataru5f133c9k69km
    Participant

    @Carin would FR10N03220 also handle a case where the remote side is not a physical desktop, but a pure virtual desktop? I connect to such a desktop (virtual) but would like to run it fullscreen on 2 out of the 3 monitors I have connected.

    #31759
    AvatarCarin
    Participant

    Hi u5f133c9k69km,

    Yes, this Feature Request (Making it possible to treat multiple monitors connected on the server as separate windows on client side) also applies to Virtual Desktops. If you are interested, please subscribe to raise its importance.

    Thanks!

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