Here is what I have now & what I would like it to do.
I have arranged 12 monitors in two rows of six each.
Windows-7 identifies 12 monitors but labels only 10 monitors with numbers 1 to 10 & shows two monitors without numbers in display property.
They are given random 12 numbers in each row & I cant rearrange them starting with number one in Bottom right corner & number 12 in Top right corner. I tried rearranging in display property but it won't work.
I am having trouble locating mouse in each monitor. I would like to point the mouse cursor in any monitor at will which I cant do now.
I would like to detach & drag 12 windows from main application to the desired monitor.
I am willing to Buy any special multi monitor software if you guys know that can do the job.
"There is a limit of 10 displays, but this is only a limit of the Display Properties Applet in the Control Panel. If you attach more than 10 monitors, you would also need a custom display properties applet that is capable of configuring the extra monitors."
I have been running 12 monitors on three Matrox quad cards using the matrox supplied drivers for the cards. I have been using this setup for about 12 years and it has worked flawlessly. Monitor 5 is stretched horizontally across two monitors and Monitor 9 is also stretched across two monitors. Windows settings sees monitors 5 and 9 as two very wide screen monitors. I guess Microsoft is still living in the stone age. Your ATI card drivers should support you doing the same trick used by Matrox to work around the Microsoft 10 monitor limitation if that windows limitation still exist. If all of the Linux distros would combine their efforts to have only one supper supported Linux operating system the world would be better off without Microsoft.