|19 Dec 2011||#1|
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Prevent some windows opened in Primary screen to secondary screen
I have a issue. I have a computer that I modified to be dual monitor by adding a PCI express card from Zotac. I have a program that needs to be displayed on the second monitor.This program is written in Adobe Air. Currently my software uses Adobe air to detect the secondary monitor, if the windows has enabled the option to display as extended monitor. The problem is that what ever is displayed on the primary screen can be moved to the secondary monitor. I need a way to disable the windows program for dual monitor and use any method to display my program on the secondary screen, without the ability to move programs from the primary to the secondary screen. Can this be accomplished, if so than this is a job that needs development. Can this be accomplished?
Basically what I am asking:
My program opens in the primary monitor and also displays a window on the secondary monitor. More over I want any other windows program (excel, browser, pdf, word, chrome, picture viewer) to open up on the primary monitor and stay on the primary monitor and should not move to the secondary screen.
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