Hi, i have a question: how do you setup the desktop to play multi-tabling? To play only 2 tables i can switch the full screen windows, but on 3+ is difficult… Thanks for the answers!
Split screen between four windows
If you have a larger display, you can snap up to four windows to the screen – one in each corner. The process is similar to snapping a window to either side of the screen:
Drag one of the windows by its title bar to a corner of the screen. As the cursor reaches the corner, the screen will flash and you’ll see an outline of where the window will appear. Let go of the mouse button to snap the window into place.
Drag a window to a corner to snap it to one quarter of the display.
Drag the next window to another corner in the same way. Again, let go of the mouse to snap it into place.
In the empty space of your screen, you should see thumbnails of your remaining open windows. Click the program you want and, if you want it to take up a third of the screen, snap it to the entire remaining side of the screen. If you want to pin four windows, drag it by the title bar to snap it into one of the remaining corners, and then select another window to pin to the final corner.
You can also pin three or four windows to the screen.
At any time, you can “unsnap” a window by dragging it by the title bar away from the edge or corner.
Hope that helps more than 1 person
Meanwhile, thanks. I had already try to split the screen, but the table in the window were too big (the picture not became proportionate to the change of size of the window), appered the rolling arrows (the tables become perfect at 30% zoom but is too little for see the numbers… ahh!).So i couldn’t play… Did i miss anything?
I don’t do this myself, but having multiple screens is another way to go. Both bigger screens and having more of them can be nice if you want to play more tables at the same time.
When playing multiple tables on a single, smaller screen (the situation I actually find myself it), I let the tables overlap significantly. I put one table in the upper left, and then rotate my seat to be in the upper left on that table; then one table in the upper right, were I also take the upper right seat, and finally one table on the bottom (which I always make a full ring table, so that there will be a seat exactly at the bottom).
Yes, depends on the browser. I use Edge. If your using windows 10 it should snap in perfectly.
Definitely helps… I connect the computer to the tv with a hdmi cable and so i have a good-size screen. Hdmi makes miracles, i advice you it (but you probably already thought this).
I will try with different browsers and zoom and i will see. Ty… Good night! (or similar).