Thanks much for the prompt reply.
I am pretty my question could use some clarification
as when the desktop is extended onto the second
monitor it is different than when the video system
treats the 3 monitors as a single logical monitor.
in the included image
there are 7 monitors attached to the PC
however, by whatever “technical magic”
they are configured as 3 Displays as
far as the OS is concerned
Notice display 1 is 4320 x 900
( 3 1440’s across and one 900 high )
This is what I am asking whether or not
the Pluggable UGA3000 series is capable
of doing or not.
The easiest test of what I am writing about here
is when you click on a given window’s maximize
button, the window should entirely fill up the
And actually, if I understand Pluggable’s architecture correctly,
( as illustrated here)
it is actually not a question of the UGA3000 itself, but rather
the Pluggable software on the PC that is managing the transfer
of video data update streams from the video buffer(s).out to the
Pluggable USB to HDMI / DVI / VGA boxes.
I really hope this functionality is available in the product
as I would very much like to become a satisfied customer
of Pluggable’s Products.
If this functionality is not implemented, please do whatever
it takes to get it in the next update / release of the Pluggable’s
USB video driver.
Now that I am looking at the config window screen cap
I see it may be more correct to ask if Pluggable technology
affords the configuration of multiple monitors into a
display with the combined resolution of the individual
monitors ( and according to the orientation of the monitors )
aka Mr PanoramaVison