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User Info: kemPhReAk

kemPhReAk
3 years ago#1
Recently got a second monitor. My question is this:

Lets say I'm playing Bioshock Infinite on my left screen. I want to move the mouse curser to the other screen without having to change whats going on in the game, is there a hotkey or something for that?
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User Info: fatali

fatali
3 years ago#2
Alt + Tab will let you do that.

Windows key + shift + left or right arrows lets you send a window from a monitor to the other.
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User Info: LordSeifer

LordSeifer
3 years ago#3
pause game
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User Info: Knight2520

Knight2520
3 years ago#4
Some games will have borderless fullscreen mode, which can let you do what you want, depending on how the game captures your cursor. Either way, you still are essentially alt-tabbing out of the game.
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User Info: Mudkip57

Mudkip57
3 years ago#5
Alt+tabbing can sometimes minimize the game. If you want to avoid that, if a game supports borderless window mode then use that

User Info: Treason686

Treason686
3 years ago#6
Window mode.
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