Oliver Ansell: 0:09 - Mavericks, not Maverick. It's a place name, not an unorthodox or
ray revalee: getting my new Mac in about a week, for me this multiple screen set up is
pointless and such a costly waste of time. I would imagine the default
setup which you dislike is the best since you'd be able to do some boring
work on a couple of screens and have a movie going or browse the web on
another etc… I see absolutely no advantage to having one application window
expanded over multiple screens unless you're nearly blind and need to have
one app stretched that huge. I could only imagine a 3 screen setup being
Seth Wieder: +MrThaiBox123 What hardware are you using to connect your monitors?
Everything I see about DisplayLink drivers on OSX Mavericks looks buggy.
Cory Sims: If you want to get one window across two or three screens go into system
pref. > Mission Control > uncheck "displays have separate spaces" > restart
your computer > Tadahhhh!
Dieter Rams: $6000... just for monitors! WHAT A WASTE!
skinnymg1: You guys cried to have one thing fixed and when they do fix it, you cry
about them changing something else. You would think that after all Apple
goes through to give you what you want, you could at least show some
gratitude. I personally like it the way it is now. I have no use for
spanning across monitors, the break up that happens is more annoying than
what you are bitching about. Not to mention the fact that they GAVE you
that OS, they charged you nothing for it, yet you still complain. I
understand why the hardware is so expensive now, with Apple trying to
please you anal retentive pricks.
Brandon Hedrick: This guy is either a) just rolling in money or b) is a professional that
works from home. I don't know which one it is but this set up is pretty
John Kittrell: @ darshan
You can accomplish it using 2 video cards. Get 2 Radeon 5770's. You'll need
to use dual link dvi for the 2 mini display ports on each card ($99 each so
this will run you $400 alone).
ryan cincinnato: great video! I have one question for you. Do you find the text on the
monitors blurry at all? I have a retina macbook pro and need more room so I
purchased a 27 inch hp monitor, but the text is blurry compared the the
macbook screen. I know it's retina and all but I seen the monitor in stores
and it was beautiful compared to when i plugged it into my macbook via
hdmi. any advice? seriously need help.
asd1235569: All of it....How much?
Julius Burton: I use the old one
Eithel Agustin: Oh cool they added something that you can easyly do into a PC...
Really mac this time im not buying it
francescomm: While I don't care much about backgrounds, you pointed out there are many
silly problems with the new layout.
1- can' stretch out of one monitor (large speadsheets anyone?photoshop
2 - but you can move a window partially outside of a monitor, only to make
the outside part disappear (including the resize area, ugh!)
3 - Multiple menus in every screen - maybe you wanted a screen without the
f***ng menu on the way (video playback, full screen preview, or just not
waste space x 6 times)
4 - The Dock: they totally forgot about it. Multiple menus but only one
Dock? How to move it from one display to another? Bounce to the bottom of
the screen with the mouse (try it! But forget the top monitors!) this is
UGLY as HELL. If you bounce to the bottom of the wrong display you'll find
the dock there and wonder what's happened..
christian clavadetscher: hi everybody.all of you who are not happy about the new mavericks system
should provide text below to apple. thank you. hi there. mavericks change
in a shuffle mode which is the first and which is the second screen. this
is pretty annoying, because i work with programs who have two clear defined
screens. why did you change this? there was absolutely no reason for that!
please change it back to the standard of mountain-lion. thank you very much.
christian clavadetscher: hi. thank you for the video. the new system is as pitty and it is
absolutely nonsens. i cannot work proper with adobe photoshop lightroom
anymore..... please try to do whatever you can to change it back to the old
Qiren YQR: Well, Apple did this because they wanna make feel like 6 different Macs on
6 different screens.
Marian Eugen: So, if i'm working in Cubase or any other music production software, will i
be able to move the "mixer window" on the 2nd screen and to keep the main
workspace on the first one? Did you submit your concerns to apple? If not,
you better do.
Beewild Beatz: Gotcha, but i had a product by the name of Matrox dual head 2 go or
something like that that did the same thing with only two screens and it
was the worth $300+ investment of my life... His setup worked exactly the
same of the matrox unit. Now apple has made it possible to call the dock on
each screen... this was a must in my music studio, as i am working from a
macbook pro retina on the desk to a 42 in screen mounted on wall about 4ft
away from me...
Crazychriscjc: you cant work on different screens if its just one big tv.he has multiple
monitors for a reason.
Sage Rogers: Well you can do a puzzle hahaha
Vince Tennciv: Totally agree with you... It's a pity to be unable to expend on
appliacation on two or more screen...
Jack Burrows: Is there a way to change which monitor is the primary monitor? I've got my
Macbook hooked up to a Thunderbolt Display, and an Apple TV into a TV. I
try and extend the monitor, but it keeps making the external display the
"Desktop 1" When I want it as "Desktop 2"
Harvir50: How do you do this?
Beewild Beatz: 6 screens overkill. Especially if you wanna see one image. Get a big tv or
something. Apple fix the issue of the monitors not acting independently.
Where are the cons?
David Rosenberg: Either I'm just lost, or nobody else has seen this problem, but I haven't
found a way to configure my Screen Spaces in Maverick. It's no longer under
Mission Control and searching System Preferences for it doesn't give me any
Boogaloo Stu: WHY DO YOU NEED 6 SCREENS?! Seriously?
dubbreak: If you thought the focus of this video was wallpaper spanning you missed
the point entirely. I was looking to see if Apple fixed the multi monitor
woes and they didn't, they just made them different. As usual Apple locks
things down to a few choices (in this case 2) which both have downsides.
Fullscreen is better in Mavericks, but not being able to span screens is
garbage and spaces is a mess.
Mex: I hate this too, that you have to slide every screen separately. They don't
even give me the option to choose between these slide-modes. Apple, please
change this with the next update!!!
faizan joyia: The multiple displays function in Mavericks each screen acts like separate
screens but in Mountain lion The screens acted like one that why you can't
has both functions enabled the same time
gowatchvideo: I think the new monitor setup SUCKS! I am mad at apple, they fix something
and break it all at the same time. I have a 4 port ATI Radeon 4850X2 been
running on my hackintosh up until Mavericks without a single problem. I
have three Apple Displays running, updated to Mavericks and it will only
see two of the three monitors. Tired everything, plugged into different
ports, still no go. Had to go back to Mountain Lion so all three of my
Apple Displays worked. Bummed out, wish Steve was still around.
cubsrock10997: console gaming will never be as good as gaming on a full spec pc
Dj Roland: how do you are to hide the tool bar i the second screen?
Nerd Problem's: I really don't see how this is an issue at all. Pick better desktop pics.
Tressler John: Rich basterd
kissennice: lol? You need 6 monitors to play, buy console....
Jeff Barbose: And most video professionals have multiple windows instead of spanning a
window across multiple monitors. There's NO WAY a photo or video pro would
be editing or proofing a visual across two monitors, with two different
Jeff Barbose: You *CAN* have separate windows from the same application spread across
multiple monitors, which is a far more common case than spanning a single
window across multiple monitors. you really should have pointed that out.
Plus, SIX monitors? Do you really think Apple was optimizing for that case?
Jeff Barbose: It works with HDMI as well
Laurent de backer: No i fully understand you! indeed if you have more then 2 screens (and yes
there are surely people that uses more then two or even three screens) then
i think that is indeed a little bit of a downside... And for the guy who
calls mr.thaibox123 a spoiled brat. i don't know if you know, but he works
and pay everything for himself. Man, jealousy is really everywhere :-S.
Mr.thaibox123, i like your video's (y) thumbs up for me, oh yes btw i have
two screens, so it's ok for me now :-)
krazyeknine57: are you doing a review or just showing off??
Tonzayo: What mac are you using?
MRXmusicOfficial: How do you revert to mountain lion settings?? @mrthaibox123
Julian S: Maybe he just expects a product to work properly. Tool. Some people have 6
monitors for their work. Video editors, people who manage large data sets,
and also IT war rooms. So... yeah maybe the average home user, but
professionals have greater needs for monitors. So maybe when you get a real
job and make some real money.... you might understand this.
OMGBlackst4rFTW: invest in six new ones that are all the exact same
carlos minaya: quick question, are all these monitors hard wired to the single macbook on
the sides? So maverick does not provide a wireless multiple screens
feature, unless there is an apple tv hooked up?
YouTube UK: I lost my cursor... WHICH freakING MONITOR DID I LEAVE IT ON?
TBolt: I run 3 monitors perfectly on a Win 8.1 laptop. Just curious if all 6 of
those monitors are connected by HDMI, Thunderbolt or something else?
Thanks. It's a nice setup nonetheless.
luke maironi: How do you do to use the old settings with mavericks ?
lukelukelukes: thanks for the explanation!