You can set which monitor you want to have as the "main" one via System Prefrences. Very easy to do. But I'm not sure if you could have the laptop screen NOT as the main screen (so that the smaller laptop screen will be the secondary and the external the main). But either way it's all done via System Prefrences > Displays > Arragment.newguy said:So,
How do you get the monitor to be your main screen (dock, menu bar, etc.) and the powerbook screen to act as a second screen? Get what I'm sayin?
Apple bling bling everywhere! Very nice setup. I'm trying hard not to sell my 20" Display for a 23" AlDisplay, and these shots aren't helping.VespR said:For anymore snaps, high-res or otherwise just let me know. Surely that is sufficient though
Yea I guess it is possible to do that with a laptop as well: have the laptop screen be the secondary while a larger external screen is the main screen.newguy said:I didn't think so either, but look at the pictures that are posted above . . .
Dibs!VespR said:Yeah it's Rev C, but to cut a long story short I'm a student, so the pbook was essential for moving around with my work etc. The display was only purchased coz I got it on a 10month interest free deal with Apple.
But when I graduate in June I'm moving into my own place with the missus so I'll need as much cash as possible and will probably sell the lot and just get a 17" iMac, where I won't be moving around at all.