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    Quote Originally Posted by lonewolf View Post
    Money no problem and I have and one unused desktop computer and two unused monitors sitting here.. now what?
    Get the neighborhood tech nerd to hook 'em up!
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    Going for total overkill, I'm envisioning a setup whereby I'll have a pair of 27-inch monitors, a 24, and a laptop.

    there's more than just streams to watch: I always find it entertaining (and informative) to have a screen dedicated to the T&FN Forms (plug! plug!) and follow the by-event commentary at the same time. Seriously.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gh View Post
    Going for total overkill, I'm envisioning a setup whereby I'll have a pair of 27-inch monitors, a 24, and a laptop.
    'bout right.

    I think my record is 4 streaming tabs, and 6 results tabs simultaneously. The trick is to know how to cycle through them all and not miss a jump/throw/race stream/result!
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    That's why i watched most of the 2016 games on the CBC website. Their webpage allowed me to watch 4 streams simultaneously on one tab, one big stream, 3 smaller ones. It also let me switch streams from small to big and back seamlessly and had the option of overlaying live results for any event i was watching. Was about the most perfect broadcast i ever had for T&F.
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    I just get confused on which mouse to grab sometimes!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gh View Post
    I just get confused on which mouse to grab sometimes!
    There's a software called Multiplicity that allows you to use one mouse on several computers and several monitors. Been using it for years, works perfect.
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    I guess I am gonna hafta hire a professional TV watcher.
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    Quote Originally Posted by norunner View Post
    There's a software called Multiplicity that allows you to use one mouse on several computers and several monitors. Been using it for years, works perfect.
    unfortunately, apparently not supported by Mac
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    Synergy is similar to Multiplicity and available for Mac according to google. Never tried it, so don't know how good it is.
    https://symless.com/synergy
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    at 29 bucks probably worth an experiment, although for longterm single-screen use I suspect I'll stick with my faithful MacAlly
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