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Vertical—Enables you to drag the applet window vertically, from the primary monitor to the rest of the monitors.
2 screens per row—Enables you to drag the applet window from the primary monitor to the rest of the monitors as described in
the following table. For example, you can drag the applet window from the primary monitor to monitor 2 horizontally, or to monitor
3 vertically.
Table 10. 2 screens per row layout
Applet window placement at monitor Traverse horizontally to monitor Traverse vertically to monitor
Primary monitor (Monitor 1) Monitor 2 Monitor 3
Monitor 2 Primary monitor (Monitor 1) Monitor 4
Monitor 3 Monitor 4 Monitor 5, Primary monitor (Monitor 1)
Monitor 4 Monitor 3 Monitor 2, Monitor 6
Monitor 5 Monitor 6 Monitor 3
Monitor 6 Monitor 5 Monitor 4
NOTE:
You cannot drag the applet window diagonally across the monitors.
Dell recommends that you set up even number of monitors for a better user experience. 3-monitor setup and 5-monitor
setup are not recommended.
3 screens per row—Enables you to drag the applet window from the primary monitor to the rest of the monitors as described in
the following table. For example, you can drag the applet window from the primary monitor to monitor 2 horizontally, or to monitor
4 vertically.
Table 11. 3 screens per row layout
Applet window placement at monitor Traverse horizontally to monitor Traverse vertically to monitor
Primary monitor (Monitor 1) Monitor 2 Monitor 4
Monitor 2 Monitor 3, Primary monitor (Monitor 1) Monitor 5
Monitor 3 Monitor 2 Monitor 6
Monitor 4 Monitor 5 Primary monitor (Monitor 1)
Monitor 5 Monitor 4, Monitor 6 Monitor 2
Monitor 6 Monitor 5 Monitor 3
NOTE:
You cannot drag the applet window diagonally across the monitors.
Dell recommends that you set up six monitors for a better user experience. 4-monitor setup and 5-monitor setup are not
recommended.
Setting the mouse preferences
By default, the Mouse screen is available in both User mode and Admin mode. Any changes made through the Mouse preferences screen is
saved and continued for the built-in thinuser.
The Mouse setting page enables you to set the Mouse preferences.
1 Click Right or Left to set the primary button of the mouse.
2 Move the slider to the left to increase the speed of the pointer when double-clicked or move the slider to the right to decrease the
length of double-clicked.
3 Move the slider to the left to increase the speed of the mouse pointer or move the slider to the right to decrease the speed of the
mouse pointer.
4 Click Save to save your changes.
Wyse 5070 thin client on ThinLinux 29
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