Hi, I have a monitor stacked on top of the other vertically. Under Windows 10's Display settings, I arranged the two monitor icons to match that of the physical setup. When I moved applications such as a browser across the two screens, those in between the two screens were not displayed. It was as if some contents disappeared in the gap between the two monitors. Is there a way to fix this problem?
I spread the browser across both screens and took a screenshot of your reply under Windows 10, I got this image. The black bar corresponds to the missing part at the boundary (bottom bezel of the top monitor and the top bezel of the bottom monitor) between the two monitors.
Interesting. Thanks for the inspiration. I right clicked the taskbar and turned off "Show taskbar on all displays" under "Multiple displays". The problem is fixed as shown in the screenshot (I had the top of the car very close to the top bezel of the bottom monitor). However, the taskbar in the upper monitor are not shown. I would prefer the upper monitor also shows the taskbar but of course without the missing part. How did you set up your taskbar?