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Maybe not for every day use,at home, but for maximum eye catching effects of a trade fair, in a shop window or elsewhere: With SwitchResX you can mirror screens both horizontally and vertically, thus creating stunning effects. Straight from your menu bar! More resolutions to choose from scratch, easy setup of new display settings, saving desktops right from the menu bar —there are plenty of helpful bits implemented in SwitchResX, that make life easier. My pair of 24" x monitors were behaving very oddly with my Mac mini - icons and windows all over the place.
Anyway, I downloaded SwitchResX and it sorted everything out perfectly. It worked.
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You're the man. No distortion, no fluctuations, etc. Do you know how much I've been through to get this to work properly????
I've installed vmware tools but I don't remember version. It is making use of " vmware-resolutionSet". So the VMware Tools mentioned above must be installed. Hello mate, highly appreciated your work as this provides a nice solution. I've tried all the darwin.
I know the tool was installed good and I have got a good display, it is just the resolution was wrong. I am on It works fine for me. But we need to install all necessary tools in order to make it works. I also stuck when apply the PreferencePane it show an error.
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