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    [VB.net 2005] Multi-Screen application?

    Hi im about to develop a small appliacation for a bet system, which needs 6 screens, each screen will be a touch screen for each client... the application will be running in one computer only just with 6 screens.

    my question is does anyone knows how to control each screen separately?.

    somethign that would allow me to output each forms in different screens would work fine.

    any link or coment is welcome.

    Thx in advance.

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    Re: [VB.net 2005] Multi-Screen application?

    If you mean full-size screens, then you'd just add the dimensions together up and to the right for each screen. Seems like way too much work.

    Use 6 tablet pc's, and the task gets easier. Use Windows 7, and get multi-touch as well
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    Re: [VB.net 2005] Multi-Screen application?

    Quote Originally Posted by dglienna View Post
    If you mean full-size screens, then you'd just add the dimensions together up and to the right for each screen. Seems like way too much work.

    Use 6 tablet pc's, and the task gets easier. Use Windows 7, and get multi-touch as well
    thx for the answer i though about adding the dimensions together up and to the right for each screen... but to be realistic i dont think that would be practical since i dont even know if those screen are all the same resolution, and cant change the hardware since they have it already.

    thx for the tablet pcs idea is really a good idea im gonna consider that and ask to the client what does he thinks.

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