Quote: Originally Posted by TheTeZ
what about running the game in a window. dragging that window to the 2nd monitor and maximizing the full window on that 2nd monitor.
To get a game or other full screen program to open in a window Create a shortcut to the program you want to run, Than right click and go to properties, Change the target to "Application or Game Location (this is already here)" -window ( or -w or /w depends on the program your trying to run)
it would look like this : "C:/games/worms" -window (actually i believe worms uses -w)
play around with it, see if it works.
I can't play this particular game in windowed mode, because it's an RTS with edge panning (move the cursor to the edge of the screen to pan around the view). In windowed mode, this feature becomes nearly impossible to use.
Quote: Originally Posted by Lordbob75
Gamers window relocater will relocate any windowed window set to the resolution of the monitor. This means if you set a game to windowed mode at the same resolution as the monitor, then you can move it over and it will move it over so it looks full screen.
Would you know if this program actually restricts cursor movement to the game's window only?