I’m looking at working with multiple monitors.

SPAN is quite a nice new feature, however i’m wondering if there’s a way to exclude my working machines display from the output?

I have 2 or 3 external monitors coming off my laptop, but if i use SPAN, it covers my laptops display as well, not ideal as this is the working machine.

One is able to define a specific monitor with the second parameter, ie 2, it seems what i need is to be able to do, say:

fullScreen(P3D, 2, 3);

Any ideas anyone?

alternatively, is there a way to get rid of the window bar?

how does that look?

void setup() {
  surface.setSize(200, 200); //Change size here

void draw() {
  ellipse(mouseX, mouseY, 20, 20);




thank you


Just don’t ignore what I said in the thread @kll quoted if you want this to work reliably across systems, platforms, etc. There is more to fullScreen() than making things undecorated.

thanks for the heads up mate, all good on my end for now, all coming from the one platform/machine

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