[THIN] Re: Interesting Dual monitor issue

  • From: <Wolfgang.Knechtel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 6 Apr 2010 14:52:06 +0200

Hi Jason,


we had the same Problem. The following link 
http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX114497 was the solution for us. We used 
the settings for 4 Monitors (MaxLVBMem: 15MB, SessionPoolSize: 48MB) which you 
will find in LVB calculation.xls


Hope this helps.






>Msg: #1 in digest

>Date: Fri, 2 Apr 2010 09:22:03 -0400

>Subject: [THIN] Interesting Dual monitor issue

>From: Jason Patten <jasoncitrix@xxxxxxxxx>


>I have a user that uses Two monitors, however he has one oriented in Landscape 
>and the other Oriented Vertically He has an >issue with dialog windows etc 
>appearing in areas that are not available.

>For example, above the upper edge of the landscape oriented monitor and left 
>of the portrait one.

>Its as though Citrix is seeing the area as a Single desktop space with a width 
>of the portrait plus landscape and a height >of the portrait monitor This 
>leaves areas that are outside the boundaries of either monitor.

>The attached image is not quite to scale but illustrates what is happening.

>he has windows moving into the red area.

>He is running V11 of the web client currently Is there a way to correct this 

>I haven't found anything so far that appears to address multi-monitor in 
>different orientation so far.



>Thank you




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