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There’s no good way to set this in software, but you can get dummy display plugs for a fraction of the cost and space of an actual display. They connect to a display output & fool the computer into thinking it's really a display. They're usually used for headless servers, but there's no reason I can think of you couldn't use one for your "second ...


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The short answer is you can't prevent these marks. It's a design flaw. The screen doesn't have enough clearance, is in contact with the keyboard when closed, and gets marked. My current laptop is a MacBook Pro 16 I bought in May, about four months ago, and noticed key marks on the screen straight away. I bought screen cleaner and a microfibre wipe, and with ...


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Move the white bar at the top of the smaller display to the larger display. I had the exact same issue (27" monitor and 24" monitor). I was able to move the "box" up and down the right side of my "primary" monitor, by sliding one display up and down on the arrangement tab. Then I Googled how to select your primary display on ...


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There's nothing built in, but there are third-party programs that provide this functionality. I use the free open source Rectangle which provides shortcuts ctrl-opt-cmd-→ to move to the next display to the right and ctrl-opt-cmd-← to move to the next display to the left. It also provides shortcuts for other positioning of windows (e.g., left/right third/half/...


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Currently the mouse can only move between the connected edges of the two screens. This is by design. What I would like to do is have one essentially fake being scaled so the mouse can move smoothly between the screens without stopping one half. You can't fake anything because that's not how things work. Scaling is related to how the video resolution is ...


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