OpenGwk Disables secondary monitors, opens the. See the script for detailed instructions. You’ll need to enter the names of the applications you want to maximize on the first line of the script. You’ll need to adjust the first 2 lines of the script for your needs. Your first post seems to be more about mirroring some wallpaper or something. IconLayoutSave Saves the current desktop icon layout to a file, you can then later load it with the IconLayoutLoad script.
|License:||For Personal Use Only|
|iPhone 5, 5S resolutions||640×1136|
|iPhone 6, 6S resolutions||750×1334|
|iPhone 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus resolutions||1080×1920|
|Android Mobiles HD resolutions||360×640, 540×960, 720×1280|
|Android Mobiles Full HD resolutions||1080×1920|
|Mobiles HD resolutions||480×800, 768×1280|
|Mobiles QHD, iPhone X resolutions||1440×2560|
|HD resolutions||1280×720, 1366×768, 1600×900, 1920×1080, 2560×1440, Original|
The first 2 lines of the script need to be adjusted profile, delay.
Set the position on lines 7 and 8 of the script. KeepDesktopMaximized Keeps an application desktop-maximized by periodically checking the rotats size and adjusting it if necessary. Now it’s only history of nothing. The script first switches to the next virtual desktop by sending a hotkey the virtual desktop manager needs to support switching desktops via hotkeysthen shows the hidden UltraMon rotafe.
Well, Linux is a good thing but what about non-Linux OS? I addressed all of these in previous paragraphs. MirrorApp Mirrors a specific ultrajon using UltraMon mirroring.
Planned maintenance scheduled April 23, at Are you viewing your monitor via a system of complex mirrors? I thought it’s really easy but no – we can only show the same picture on multi monitors I’ve tried already UltraMon and that means “mirroring” bullshit!
SwitchWallpaperSingleMultiMon You specify two wallpaper profiles, one for a single-monitor configuration and one for a multi-monitor configuration. You can use scripts to automate tasks, or to provide functionality not directly available through UltraMon. MoveMouse Moves the mouse to a specific monitor and centers it there.
You’ll need to adjust the first 2 lines of the script for your needs. Maybe you mean you want a port that can make the levels look mirrored? Any thoughts or ideas, please? More information RotateApps Rotates applications identified by window caption between monitors at a fixed interval. More information WndInfo Displays information about the active window, for example position and size.
IconLayoutSave Saves the current desktop icon layout to a file, you can then later load it with the IconLayoutLoad script.
Other scripts can be run directly, or via UltraMon’s Shortcuts menu. Requires Windows 7 or later and UltraMon 3. Positions can be restored with RestoreDesktopItems.
NewMail Opens a new blank e-mail. More information ChangeScreenOrientation Changes the screen orientation of the monitor with the mouse. MonSerNums Displays the serial number and target ID unique identifier assigned by the operating system of each monitor.
Rotating Background program that works with Ultramon
FitWndToScreenEdge Fits the foreground window to a specified screen edge and resizes it to occupy a specified percentage of the screen. I’ve been stuck using this right hand virtual arm with individuals who lost their left arms, and that can be distracting. SwapForegroundApps Swaps the foreground active window and the topmost window on the other monitor. Exact position and size can be specified for each window, or a window can get maximized on a specific monitor. FitRightHalf Fits the foreground window to the right half of the monitor it is on.
You can run the script directly, you will then get prompted to enter the monitor number, or you can pass the monitor number to the script as an argument.
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ActivateNextForegroundApp Activates the foreground application on the other monitor, and optionally moves the mouse to that monitor as well.
MoveWinTbar Moves the main taskbar to a specific monitor, optionally after jltramon for a specified number of seconds. What is the actual problem you’re trying to solve here?