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REQUEST: Dual Monitor support for Sticky Notes

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Just recently found out about Evernote + Sticky Notes - It's changed my life!!! lol

The "Sticky Notes" app is awesome!, but it lacks the ability to show up on any other monitor other than the main one. When you drag a note to another monitor it goes into no-man's-land (disappears). This in my opinion is really setting me back on my usage plans for Evernote.

Does anyone have any info on whether this is being looked into or not?

Being in front of a PC for most of my day at work has changed the way I look at my PC at home. I'd love for both to be organized and configured the same way as well as contain the same data.

Evernote is everything I've been looking for and more to optimize the majority of my time. Making dynamic data accessible/synced across multiple machines (home, work & mobile) is becoming the most sought after commodity in my opinion. And being someone who loves physical sticky notes; once I found that Evernote and Sticky Notes work together I thought it was a god-send! Both applications work great, are easily operated and are perfect for me, but I wish development on them was a bit faster. I would gladly pay $$ for more capabilities.

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<snip>... but I wish development on them was a bit faster. I would gladly pay $$ for more capabilities.

From the other side... after reading all the recent comments about Skitch 2.0 and Mac 5.0, I encourage Evernote to take it slow. Keep the program lean, clean and fast.

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I have found a solution to this (making Sticky Notes Expand to both monitors)


I use a program called UltraMon to manage my desktop and dual-monitors.

It has hotkey bindings for "Maximize to Monitor" and "Maximize to Desktop".

I used the Maximize to Desktop hotkey combination and it works, I now can drag my notes to both monitors at the same time.


You can try out the UltraMon program, or you can search the web to see if there is any other way to bind "Maximize to Desktop" without it.


Here is a screenshot:



The monitor on the left is 1920x1200 and the one on the right is 1920x1080.


Hope this helps.

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