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No. tell application "System Events" tell dock preferences properties end tell end tell This is everything supported natively: {minimize effect:genie, magnification size:1.0, dock size:0.321428567171, autohide:false, animate:true, magnification:false, screen edge:bottom, class:dock preferences object} Plus, as purely a philosophical ...


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Check this question out, looks like a similar question to yours. How many monitors can the new retina MacBook Pro handle and at which pixels resolutions? Also, more specifically this: How many monitors can the 13" retina MacBook Pro output to? Seems you need Thunderbolt and HDMI to do it. And if you're talking about the latest MBP 13" then you may ...


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Here is the official link that says that you can connect a 4k monitor but at 30HZ, and on some setups (e.g. macbook pro retina late 2013) at 60HZ http://support.apple.com/kb/ht6008 Also, the support article on thunderbolt FAQ is relevant to what monitors can be driven at high resolutions: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT3382#11


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Found the answer in this blog post Hide The Menu Bar On Your Secondary Monitor With Mavericks. Uncheck the option "separate Spaces" on Mission Control:


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In my experience for Mountain Lion, determining which display is the primary display is usually achieved by dragging the white Menu Bar (circled in screenshot below) onto the graphic of another display, thus setting the other display as the primary monitor.


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In the absence of any other answers, I'd say 'no'. Even if you swap monitors from left to right in System Prefs > Displays, they retain their 'physical' layout, merely change which way you need to move the mouse to swap over. Though... a thought - what if you assign each monitor to be a different Space & swap Spaces for each monitor? I can't test as I ...


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Working om @Tetsujin's idea as I have the 'Displays have separate Spaces' check. Check the 'Displays have separate Spaces' Create at least two spaces for each monitor. Monitor 1: Monitor 2: In this example Desktop 1 on monitor 1 and Desktop 3 on monitor 2 are my main ones. To swap a desktop space over to another monitor. That desktop space ...


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I have a MacBook Pro Retina. I connected a 27" Asus Display directly to the HDMI port, and a 27" Samsung Display to the Thunderbolt port through a DVI to VGA adapter. I now have three displays stacked horizontally, with quite some nice real estate. Both external displays are 1920 x 1080 and have the Mac with Retina resolution of 2560 x 1600. You can do at ...



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