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Today I got a new 13 inch mac book pro. I have a 30 inch asus monitor which I use as a secondary display. The resolution of the monitor is higher than the macbook pro.

when I move the mouse from my secondary display (the asus monitor) to my macbook, it gets stuck. I think the mouse can only move when you are in the resolution area of the macbook.

So I have to move the mouse in the center of the screen and only then I can move it to the macbook.

This is very annoying. Is there a way I can move the mouse between two monitors without really centering it first?

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To rearrange the position of the displays, please see Configuring Mac OS X for Multiple Displays.

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  • I did it... but still the mouse gets stuck on the areas where there is no corresponding position on the other monitor. I wonder why can't the mouse move to the other screen and remain at the top? why should it block Jul 19, 2016 at 15:57
  • Because there's nothing there for it to move to. I guess it could warp to the side of the other display, but I prefer it this way myself.
    – SilverWolf
    Jan 19, 2018 at 16:43

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