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Hi Martyn,

24 minutes ago, sparkies said:

I am trying to populate 'Desktop 3' and nothing I do seems to work. Using Orb-XF 7.9.5

Any ideas, please - step by step.

To open a window onto Desktop 3, firstly view Desktop 3, as pictured in your image. Then open a window, which in most cases is done by holding SHIFT, and then tapping the relevant key. For example SHIFT + COLOUR to open the Colour Window. Then tap the VIEW button, to bring your View controls onto the syntax keys. Then tap the syntax key that says "Screen", until you bring the window into view. You can then use the "Size" buttons to resize the window.

24 minutes ago, sparkies said:

Using Orb-XF 7.9.5

As a side note, the latest software for OrbXF consoles is ZerOS 7.9.9, which is available from the link below...

https://zero88.com/zeros#download

I hope this helps, if you have any questions let me know.

Edward

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Edward,

Many thanks, I have updated the software. With to showing screens on the desktop 3/4/5. This sometimes works, sometimes not. I was on desktop 3 did as you instructed, but it did not appear on desktop 3 but on desktop 2 instead. then when I tried it again it worked.

Strange, but it is workable, thanks for your help.

M

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Hi Martyn,

4 minutes ago, sparkies said:

I was on desktop 3 did as you instructed, but it did not appear on desktop 3 but on desktop 2 instead. then when I tried it again it worked.

After pressing VIEW, the "Screen" syntax key will toggle the selected window between the desktops currently being shown on the physical VGA outputs. Therefore the Screen key may need two presses, to toggle the window to the correct monitor.

Hope this helps,

Edward

 

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