noblsht: Does that require an additional graphics card? You need to be much more
Super Nova: poor thing :(
Keybraker: Both are bad i their unique way ...
Oliver Ansell: 0:09 - Mavericks, not Maverick. It's a place name, not an unorthodox or
Nesti Gee: ok show us how to fix it not just talk about it!!! wow
fred steward: how do you change the prefreences
Laurent Richer: Hi there, Is there a Thunderbolt Card that can be connected to the Mac Pro
(year mid 2012)?
michael wheatley: get a tv a computer and a hdmi cable how hard is that people?
light yagami: why does this guy need a laptop when he has like a 6 monitor setup
Richard Dale: Why on earth do you want or need six screens? other than to show them on
YouTube. You can't possibly work efficiently on six screens. For me
Mavericks fixes the main bug bear with a multi monitor set up. Not being
able to display a wall paper across six screens isn't really a fair
criticism IMO nor is not being able to stretch an app out of one screen. At
the end of the day how many people have six screens?
Anduin Arilan: People who love this behavior clearly don't use 2+ screens. You can straw
man this and say "Noone needs 6 screens" all you want, but designers like
me used to gravitate towards OSX because of Expose+Spaces. Sure you will
never need to stretch an application across 2 screens, but Full Screen
disables my secondary and third screen at every turn making them unusable.
Even with Mavericks!!!?! This isn't Full Screen, its Full Screen & Lose the
Benjamin Wheeler: I'd like to see Minecraft on that!
M.A.B. Beats: What year is your Mac Pro and which device are you using to get multiply
Kadeem Booth: Dude. You can only use one computer at a time.. What are you doing that
needs an iPad, iPad mini, MacBook Air(s) and a pro?!
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
Nick Goldston: thanks for the video, but how can I get it to go back to the mountain lion
version of the spaces if i'm running mavericks? I just want my other screen
to go black for gaming.
salehali Alkfesfec: Ok showing pros & cons! but why the freak on 4 screen ?
Ed Sasena: how did you get back to the mountain lion style of multiple displays?
you said you have to log out but what else do you have to do because I want
to go back
Srdjan Milutinovic: how do you make this money
Matthew McKendrick: @ Dieter Rams
This guy also uses 3 Dell displays so its not quite as expensive as you
Mono Shyguy: Are you an accountant...I mean I don't see the point of all those screens.
Raynal Reyes: mavericks is garbage
Michael Gonzales: So what do you use to make that many screens I can only do one screen with
my one display port?
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.
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.
Adrian Bugnacki: Is that necessary
ALFA 9 DELTA: Looool 3 apple display 3 dell display wat?
Rens Sterkens: first world problems...
Dayton Leong: What monitor mount did you use to put up the 6 screens
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
asd1235569: All of it....How much?
Julius Burton: I use the old one
MrBartleby451: Amazing set up. Maybe its not working how you want it to because so few
people have so many screens? They've just not thought about it. Must have
cost a fortune, nice though.
yonatko: how did you set so many displays on iMac? i want to di the same but it
allows only 1 connection
Seth Wieder: +MrThaiBox123 What hardware are you using to connect your monitors?
Everything I see about DisplayLink drivers on OSX Mavericks looks buggy.
Eithel Agustin: Oh cool they added something that you can easyly do into a PC...
Really mac this time im not buying it
Fahad Shamim: Really nice setup.... got few queries....
How can you change the display settings to the old one??? I really hate the
maverick display feature....
and how you connect 6 screens without making them lag at all????
Looking forward to have your reply
Adam Genzink: In my case, I only use two screens, and even so, the new method would drive
me crazy. As a video editor, I have one space for editing, one space for
after effects, one space for photoshop, etc. Each "Space" uses both
screens, and so when I switch to space four, I have photoshop on both
screens, space five has Final Cut on both screens, and six has After
effects on both screens. Now, while switching both screens individually
might not be that much more of a burden, it would still be annoying. Beyond
that, however, is the fact that it doesn't seem like you can easily drag a
window from one screen to the other, which I do all the time in safari. I
don't need to stretch the window across screens, but I do want to be able
to open a new window and then drag it to the opposite screen. It seems that
in order to do this, I would have to go to mission control, which in my
experience has slowed down over time.
Vuvuzela: MrThaiBox123: If you want the old Lion style way of dealing with multiple
displays in Mavericks, just go to Settings -> Mission Controls -> "Displays
have separate spaces". Bam!
I still think the Mavericks way of dealing with multiple monitors is a lot
more functional than lion. Nice video btw!
Chance Williams: Why u would need 6 screens i have no idea, but what i do know is that it
looks really cool and the bragging rights. But what i would like to also
know is would it be better to get 1 huge monitor or 6 monitors or maybe
AngryPenguin27: Why would you want to stretch an app across monitors. That seems obnoxious.
I don't see how Mission Control could intelligently express what is going
on across spaces if things can stretch across them. This is a limitation
that makes sense.
Dieter Rams: $6000... just for monitors! WHAT A WASTE!
Chris Rothery: I've only recently come over to the mac in the last year but the old
multiscreen handling was useless (full screen blanking out the other), and
the new way is even worse (not being able to spread applications across
multiple screens). What they need to do is separate screens from desktops
and allow you to say "my macbook screen is desktop 1, the OTHER 2 monitors
combined are desktop 2".
In the 6 screen example, if they were all set to be parts of one big
desktop, sending an app full screen would make it take up all of the
screens, not just one. or you could have 2 in one desktop and 4 in another
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!
Federico Bergagna: how did u set that up? its awesome!
Buzz Kirk: mavericks is better imho.. they are only missing display specific expose
which might come in a new update
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).
Adam Matthews: How the new Mac OSX 10.9 mavericks works with multiple screens
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..