Matrox Triple Head To Go Software Mac

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Is there a piece of Mac OS X software which will let me divide a very wide screen up into several virtual displays so window/app affinity hacks like spaces will work?

I recently purchased two 24' HD displays, and I'm running them both from my Mac Book Pro via a Matrox Triple Head 2 Go, Digital version (Dual-link DVI)
I love having all of this real-estate - it's truly wonderful for programming.
The problem is that the Triple Head 2 Go makes both monitors present as one huge, wide display to the OS.
This means whenever any centered alerts pop up, they are right in the middle of this giant screen, and split by the bezels.
OK, so it's not the worst thing in the world, I just need to move the window to make it legible.
But, I was wondering if there's any third-party or shareware software out there that will allow me to tune the screen location affinity of apps or windows or alerts.
The real solution to this, I know, is to have a desktop machine with multiple display cards, but that's not happening at the moment.
Matrox Triple Head To Go Software Mac

Matrox supplies three short cables for VGA or DVI input and USB. After restarting the computer, the supplied PowerDesk software determines the capabilities of the connected monitors. The TripleHead2Go takes advantage of your existing GPU and appears to the computer as a single display up to three times as wide as a typical display. May 11, 2020  This is the the highest resolution the TripleHead2Go can handle x Over the years, Matrox has earned its reputation as industry leader and innovator in today’s most state-of-the-art technologies, designing software and hardware solutions in the fields of Graphics, Video editing and Image processing. Nov 28, 2014  Luke McElroy from shares how to setup a TripleHead2Go within just a few minutes. Showing you in-depth settings using the Matrox Power Desk plugin for mac or PC, this is a great.

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posted by tomierna to Computers & Internet (7 answers total) 3 users marked this as a favorite
Check out some of the tiling window managers for OS X, I used xmonad with my 2 30' monitors and it does wonders. Stackoverflow posts on this here and here.
posted by zentrification at 10:58 AM on August 1, 2009

Note that xmonad, while great, will only with with X11 applications.
posted by Blazecock Pileon at 11:21 AM on August 1, 2009

Doesn't the (included) PowerDesk software let you adjust where dialog boxes and applications show up?
posted by kcm at 11:51 AM on August 1, 2009

Take a look at sizeup. I still miss ion3.
posted by aeighty at 1:09 PM on August 1, 2009

Matrox Triple Head To Go Software Mac Free

Yeah, I'm with kcm - I thought the Matrox software (available for download here) was supposed to do exactly that.
posted by agentmunroe at 7:47 AM on August 2, 2009

Powerdesk on the Mac only allows you to change the Dock position to the Start, Middle or End, and gives you keypresses to move a selected window to a screen and resize it to fill. I'm looking for something with more granular control, and automatically for dialogs.
I believe Powerdesk on Windows has finer control.
Sizeup looks interesting, but not much more useful than what Powerdesk provides.
I'm looking at the other options listed on Stackoverflow now.
posted by tomierna at 1:45 PM on August 2, 2009

MercuryMover is looking promising for normal window management- I saw it listed at the links zentrification posted.
It still doesn't handle the dialog box problem, where open and save dialog boxes as well as alerts pop up in the middle. Sigh.
If FWM (Finder Window Manager) supported windows other than Finder windows, it might be useful to me.
posted by tomierna at 2:03 PM on August 3, 2009

Matrox Triple Head To Go Mac Software

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