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    Default 3 screens in cabinet mode

    I recently built a cabinet, and was having a lot of trouble with backglass/DMD repositioning. I wanted to help anyone that was having issue with this. I used a real-time mouse positioning monitor tool to ball park the positioning of the backglass/DMD it’s called MousePos. I think you will find it is very easy to use. I was able to configure it in less than 15 minutes after using the tool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jcoogan View Post
    I recently built a cabinet, and was having a lot of trouble with backglass/DMD repositioning. I wanted to help anyone that was having issue with this. I used a real-time mouse positioning monitor tool to ball park the positioning of the backglass/DMD it’s called MousePos. I think you will find it is very easy to use. I was able to configure it in less than 15 minutes after using the tool.
    You should be able to do this by adding up the monitor resolutions.

    DMD is always going to be a bit tricky if you have it floating within a 3rd monitor.

    Did you use the built-in reposition-able DMD or the virtual feature of DMDExt?

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    I recently built a cabinet, and was having a lot of trouble with backglass/DMD repositioning. I wanted to help anyone that was having issue with this.

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    Exclamation second monitor

    Hi,

    A will build my own cabinet, so i ask and received a cabinet code.
    But Fx3 does not see/use my second monitor.
    Also every chance in the cabine settings, for example position dot, doesn't take effect.

    Who can help me.

    Thx

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    Be sure to check the settings "Backglass repositioning" and "Dot matrix repositioning" are set to on. Otherwise it is a math problem to whether or not you have negative or positive values due to screen positioning.

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