Thanks for the rapid reply.
Ideally, I would like to simply be able to re-size a window manually
to span multiple monitors. If the monitors are different resolutions
or different sizes then that would be my issue. Right now, it appears
to limit the manually re-sizing to the maximum of the current monitor
size even though I can move the window to span multiple monitors. If
it worked like Terminal that would be perfect (Manually re-size across
any number of monitors. The "green blob" maximizes to the monitor
which has the most Terminal window real-estate).
On Dec 3, 9:15 am, björn <bjorn.winck...@...> wrote:
> 2009/12/3 Mark Chandler:
> > I just downloaded the latest release (snapshot-51). Maximizing MacVim
> > works great. What doesn't work so well is the ability to span multiple
> > monitors. It appears to have a size limit based on a single monitor. I
> > have some files with data I want to view in one long line across
> > multiple monitors. It works fine to span multiple monitors when
> > running vim from a terminal window, but I would rather use MacVim if
> > possible. Is this possible?
> I have written the code to only maximize to one screen because I'm not
> sure how this should be handled with multiple monitors.
> Do you simply want to be able to resize a window manually to span two
> screens, or do you want the "green blob" button to maximize to both
> What happens when the resolutions on the screens do not match? Should
> the smaller be used to constrain the size? Do you have to take into
> consideration of the layout of the screens? What if there are more
> than two screens?
> I'm just not sure how to answer these types of questions (and this was
> just off the top of my head, I'm sure there are other problems).
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