mutli screen nearly possible!

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mutli screen nearly possible!

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heyo! i got a way of getting bzflag to work on two screens with different views, it uses the horizontal pan setting on my nvida card and the -view three setting on bzflag. see pic below
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did you see RPG's? he got it on two screen for front, side, side, and rear view. or was it BIYA?
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umm you don't even need the 3 view setting in bz, just do the horizontal span
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yeah but you got a bit cut out
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Jeff, that's the fifth time you've made me drool. :shock:
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yeah but you got a bit cut out
well just shoot at the crack! :p

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It's very possible...

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I did a stereo (3-D view) dual-monitor setup relatively easily, and it's pretty cool - check out my post on it:
http://my.bzflag.org/bb/viewtopic.php?t=8674

P.S. Jeff doesn't have anything cut out, it's just not together. Like if you cut a picture in half and pulled them apart a little - everything's still there, just separated.
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