Ally Merchant: hi there - I'm trying to add 3 screens to my macbook pro - just wondering how you managed to set yours up ...
youtuber: that would be nice. Unlike this guy I don't own 6 monitors.
youtuber: Is it just me, or is he showing off with his MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iPad, iPad Mini, and iPhone that are neatly laying on his desk?
shrimpy283: How do you move your windows from the main-display to another if you cant overcome the monitor-edge? It's maybe a dumb question but ... why the hell Apple
sinnad07: Mavericks is free now guys.
Jeyanth Kumar: how is the air play for apple tv in this one. Can you set your tv as a secondary display?
Jivitesh Bansal: seriously man why would you need to spread an app across multiple monitors. On the other hand i seriously needed the separate mission control for different desktops because you tend to work with certain apps on different screens and moving from one view to another on one of the screen changes the view on other screen which makes it tedious for me to move the apps across different views in the second screen.
Is there some app which allows me to do the multi display feature that osx mavericks has
Chaos: Why the hell would anyone want to spread an application across two or more different monitors?
ivangode8: why the freak the lower ones are thunderbolt displays and the top ones dell ultrasharp ones?
ivangode8: true dude, true. One for "homework" and another one to play until your mom comes, so you can just turn off the screen and do like if you were doing homework!
Chris Fischer: I find macs handle multiple screens quite poorly compared to their Redmondian counterparts. My MBP will not remember the arrangement of displays between shutting down and starting up. That means I need to configure which display holds the menu bar and rearrange the displays each time I'm home and connect to them.
sondre nerland: why do you nees 6 screens? 2 is enaugh:)
alcotronics: This is the way how it should be. It's way better than in Mountain Lion.
I hate it, when I change my space on the Main screen and everything on my other screens is messed up.
Mxyzgk: I don't see any problem with it. What is the point of spreading applications across multiple screens? Multiple workspaces are for multi-tasking. If yiu want your applications to look bigger buy a goddamn projector.
AppleTipsAndTricks: Nice idea, Check out my channel for a video on how to get OS X 10.9 :)
Yujiro Hanma: super apple gimmick. hahaha. 2008 windows handle it better than that. what i only like about apple is the screen display. nothing more nothing less
michael kawaguchi: I just think ur set up is too crazy ur never going to use 6 monitors
TheBoldFrenzy: Good Luck to all!!! I hope it goes to someone who deserves it!
Jason Leung: when I use multi-monitor I'll leave only 1 "desktop"
because having multiple monitor and multiple desktop is quite confusing for me, hard to remember where I put things. And the sliding animation just make me dizzy
UrbanGemini: 1st of all, the average person may have 2 or 3 monitors, so who cares if you can't view wall paper over all of your monitors? You sound like some damn spoiled brat, get f*cking real!!!!
Alex England: How do you reset it so that it works the old way where you can spread an application across multiple displays. I hate this new way.
Ben Wanch: who care that wallpaper lol
i dont think a lot user will not care the wallpaper instead of the real use of a mac
MrTheKM: what this update is solving is people who treat each monitor as a different active workspaces; these people don't want the context of one workspace changing when they change another. I have been waiting for exactly this ever since I switched to OSX. MrThaiBox123 doesn't get it as he wants a single big monitor, apparently for the sole purpose of a unified desktop... he clearly doesn't get it, which means his conclusion isn't worth anything either.
Moritz Fl: should be ok with one of those 4k beasts :)
papakrunk: Here's the thing, this feature is obviously not designed around people who have 4+ monitors at their workstation. I don't even know why with 6 freaking monitors you would need to even use such a thing. You have 6 different viewable desktops for flippin sake!
Jayson Barnden: I wouldn't bother with the multi backgrounds issue, its a bit gimmicky if you ask me. As for not being able to stretch an app between monitors I think its fantastic, stops things getting flimsy and in the way!
Manoj Pawar: Jack Swagger :D
Karol Sokół: I think multi monitor feature is awesome. I like that idea that there is no app spreading to second screen. It can keep your monitors tidy. and well organised. Cant wait to use id.
Btw what model of Dell monitor (upper) you have ?
TheRealGothAlice: If I can see wallpaper on any of my four monitors, I'm doing something terribly wrong. I even use a grid-alignment window manager utility and primarily size/move windows about using nothing but keyboard shortcuts. Wallpaper color: neutral grey. ;P
TheRealGothAlice: I do not believe so; I think it falls down on the integrated GPU in use. Aluminum MacBook (late 2008) or MacBook (2009) are compatible, I believe.
Valer Legradi: Is mavericks compatible with macbook black 2008??
NamelessStrang3r: How does it handle when you try to make two programs full screen?
NamelessStrang3r: This is obviously just something worth pointing out. The point is that this should be an option. It really wouldn't be hard to add that option. Something as simple as holding down command then changing work space. Also not being able to stretch a program between 2 monitors is a problem. Another thing that needs to be fixed is the work space numbering.
Tori Wicksall: iphone 5s
KidNIki100: This is a developers dream come true. The point of this is to be able to run multiple apps in multiple workspace at once. Who cares about wallpaper?!
58LostMarbles: is this possible on a mac mini?
eTechMaster22: Yeah but still way higher than 60" 1920x1080 TV.
neosfire: Bottom 3 are 2560x1440 top 3 are 1920x1200
LA65Mc: I have a 13 inch macbook pro, beat that!
Never Become Known: What do you personally actually use those 6 monitors for..?
It's also quite ridiculous that you're so worried about something as trivial as a wallpaper (which tbh should be covered if you're actually using the screens to do work)
I think a bigger issue that you should be concerned with is the enormous difference in screen brightness with your Dell displays
Muhammad Irfan: 11
jursamaj: I can't see any great value in a window spanning multiple screens. The break for the bezels would be too annoying. The spaces flipping together or separate should be an option, as many users will want one or the other. The background? Meh.
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Almir Ramic: It is a definite improvement. I respect that you find the two issues important to you, however they mean nothing to me. Mavericks allows you to use multiple monitors in the similar way you would use 2 computers, and that alone is enough for me to look forward to upgrading.
47crazed: it would be great if it's only one single 60" screen with about 350ppi
Barillo09: OH MY freakING GOD!!! Whats that? sooo awesome!!!!
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