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Edge scrolling issue with multiple monitors


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I'm running on a Win7 (64-bit) machine with dual monitors.  The edge scrolling will work on 3 sides, but does not work on the side where the second monitor resides (in my case on the right) this means I need to use the keyboard to scroll.  

 

Any suggestions on how to fix this?  Is there a setting I might have missed?

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I'm running on a Win7 (64-bit) machine with dual monitors.  The edge scrolling will work on 3 sides, but does not work on the side where the second monitor resides (in my case on the right) this means I need to use the keyboard to scroll.  

 

Any suggestions on how to fix this?  Is there a setting I might have missed?

  Also have two monitors.  Edge scrolling toward the second monitor works well, but the other directions, not so much.  I ended up programming my G13 to allow key movement.  It turns out to be much more controllable and faster than edge scrolling, so I'm not at all disappointed.  Without a programmable keypad, maybe not so much fun though.

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The edge scrolling is bugged on the next monitor window, the cage cursor also isnt working as it should, the cursor will be caged for a bit after selecting cage cursor but then after a battle or maybe some other event it will start to move onto the second monitor when trying to edge scroll.

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I came across this same issue, the only way to (currently) fix this is to disable cage cursor, save the changes, then re-enable cage cursor and again, save the changes and it should be back to normal.

The issue seems to re-occur if you alt-tab. Not had it re-occur any other way yet.

It bothered me for a bit having to keep disabling/re-enabling but then found holding down my mouse wheel and moving the map is far quicker :)

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