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Video Output Connector [1..3] Location HorizontalOffset
HorizontalOffset and VerticalOffset settings are associated with each video output. These
settings are used to signal the relative position of the displays that are connected to these
outputs.
HorizontalOffset = 0 and VerticalOffset = 0 indicates that the display is positioned in center,
both horizontally and vertically. A negative horizontal offset indicates that the monitor is left of
center, and a positive horizontal offset indicates that the monitor is right of center. A negative
vertical offset indicates that the monitor is below center, and a positive vertical offset indicates
that the monitor is above center. The magnitude of the offset indicates how far the display is
from center (relative to other displays).
Example: You have three displays side by side, with the left and right displays at equal distance
from center. Then the following settings will apply: HorizontalOffset = 0 for the center display,
HorizontalOffset = -1 for the left display, and HorizontalOffset = 1 for the right display.
Example: You have two displays, one in center and one below. Then the following settings will
apply: VerticalOffset = 0 for the center display, Vertical Offset = -1 for the lower display.
The default values for the different outputs are:
Video Output Connector [1] Location: HorizontalOffset = -1, VerticalOffset = 0
Video Output Connector [2] Location: HorizontalOffset = 0, VerticalOffset = 0
Video Output Connector [3] Location: HorizontalOffset = 1, VerticalOffset = 0
Requires user role: ADMIN
Value space: <-100..100>
Range: The value must be between -100 and 100.
Video Output Connector 2 Location HorizontalOffset: -1
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Video Output Connector [1..3] Location VerticalOffset
HorizontalOffset and VerticalOffset settings are associated with each video output. These
settings are used to signal the relative position of the displays that are connected to these
outputs.
HorizontalOffset = 0 and VerticalOffset = 0 indicates that the display is positioned in center,
both horizontally and vertically. A negative horizontal offset indicates that the monitor is left of
center, and a positive horizontal offset indicates that the monitor is right of center. A negative
vertical offset indicates that the monitor is below center, and a positive vertical offset indicates
that the monitor is above center. The magnitude of the offset indicates how far the display is
from center (relative to other displays).
Example: You have three displays side by side, with the left and right displays at equal distance
from center. Then the following settings will apply: HorizontalOffset = 0 for the center display,
HorizontalOffset = -1 for the left display, and HorizontalOffset = 1 for the right display.
Example: You have two displays, one in center and one below. Then the following settings will
apply: VerticalOffset = 0 for the center display, Vertical Offset = -1 for the lower display.
The default values for the different outputs are:
Video Output Connector [1] Location: HorizontalOffset = -1, VerticalOffset = 0
Video Output Connector [2] Location: HorizontalOffset = 0, VerticalOffset = 0
Video Output Connector [3] Location: HorizontalOffset = 1, VerticalOffset = 0
Requires user role: ADMIN
Value space: <-100..100>
Range: The value must be between -100 and 100.
Video Output Connector 2 Location Vertical Offset: 0
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