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Setting up an extended desktop display

If your Nureva Wall has a single PC and a second display (2:1 system), follow these steps to set up an extended desktop. This allows you to launch the Span Workspace and work on your canvases across two displays.

If your Nureva Wall has two or more PCs, follow the steps in the article Linking displays to launch the software across the displays. 


Confirm all of the displays are set to the same resolution

  1. Right-click on your desktop and select Display settings from the menu. Depending on which version of Windows you are running, you may need to navigate to the advanced settings. 
  2. Go to the advanced settings and ensure all of the displays are set to the same resolution.
  3. Save any changes


Confirm the displays are configured correctly

  1. Right-click on your desktop and select Display settings from the menu. Depending on which version of Windows you are running, you may need to navigate to the advanced settings.
  2. Ensure the displays are set correctly as primary and secondary
  3. Ensure the displays are arranged in a straight line. If a display is shown as being higher or lower, move them into alignment. 
 
  1. Save any changes

Once you have made these changes, Span wall software should open across all of the displays the next time you launch it. 


Set up the touch driver 

In order to complete these steps, you must download and install the touch driver first.

  1. Click on the touch icon from your desktop toolbar to launch the menu
  1. Select the hand icon at the top
  2. Click Matching. The screens will flash a series of dots.
  3. Click OK when the matching has completed
  1. Click Touch Area Settings and choose Auto from the drop-down menu. The screens will flash a series of dots. Click OK when the touch area has completed.
  1. Click Calibration and choose Manual from the drop-down menu. A target will appear on the screen. Press and hold the cross hair in the center until it changes to a darker color. Release the target and follow it to the next location on the screen. Repeat the process until the calibration is complete.

Once the touch driver has been set up and touch has been calibrated, all re-calibration is done through the setup center



Last updated: March 7, 2017

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