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    Hello All.

    I am a little short on desktop space so have added a flat screen monitor to my eMac. I want to be able to turn the screen off of the eMac and just use the Flat Screen. I can't find a way to do this - any tips?

    By the way, have installed 2GB Ram on the eMac and Leopard - it runs great!!

    Cheers,

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    In the display preferences choose to mirror the screens, turn the emac around so you can see it

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    and turn the brightness down on the emac :P

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    On Laptops at least If you plug in the external monitor then make the mac go to sleep, when it wakes it will only use the new display.

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