I have built a screen saver which has the white background, and then the image. The image is set to move to a random location (within screen bounds) once every 10 seconds, and the application closes if an event gets sent to it by windows.
Basically I tried first using this.Screen.Bounds for X and Y and then moved the image in between those bounds (less the size of the image of course).
Essentially, my question to DIC users and admins is how would I span together multiple monitors (# of monitors varies from computer to computer) to create one large area that I can fill with my background image (solid white) and move the image within all of the screens. Also, to further illustrate my project, If the image were to happen to land in the dead middle of say 2 monitors the image should split half on the first monitor and half on the second.
Now, I have tried to implement this on some level, but it isn't correctly spanning to multiple monitors. If you would like to see my code for what I have done, I can surely provide it (for proof that I really am doing this), but I was hoping to get further ideas on how to do this. Also, I have been looking into Screen.Allscreens. If you have any suggestions I would like to hear them.
This post has been edited by Notorion: 21 January 2010 - 04:01 PM