Adjust Edge Overlap
Use the controls on this page to adjust the overlap of adjacent displays. This is useful if you are using projection systems to create a large virtual display from multiple displays.
Hardware Setup Requirements
A high-end NVIDIA workstation graphics card, such as the NVIDIA Quadro FX 3400 or NVIDIA Quadro FX 5500
Both displays must be connected to the same graphics card
nView Horizontal or Vertical Spanning mode must be enabled
Adjust Edge Overlap Controls
Note: If you have only one pair of displays but they are not connected to the same graphics card, or they are not operating in nView Spanning mode, then the following controls will not be available.
Select a spanning display pair lets you select which pair of displays you want to overlap. If you have only one pair of displays, then this list will not appear.
Note: If the pair that you select is not operating in nView Spanning mode, then the following controls will not be available.
The Overlap Slider controls the amount of pixel overlap. Move the slider to the right to increase the overlap or to the left to decrease the overlap.
Click and drag the slider
Click the slider (if you have not already done so), then use the keyboard left and right arrow keys to move the slider. The amount of pixel overlap changes in eight-pixel increments.
Click the slider (if you have not already done so), then use the keyboard page up and page down keys to move the slider. The amount of pixel overlap changes in 16-pixel increments.
The Before and After projector graphics illustrate your pixel-overlap adjustment.
NOTE: Edge overlap adjustment is not available with Windows Vista.