I have recently hooked up a second monitor to my computer. I have it hooked up so it acts like 1 big monitor.
My wacom tablet is set up so the surface of the wacom is the same as the monitor. If i'm working on something in photoshop, on only 1 monitor (the right) and have the internet open with a pic or something on the other monitor (to the left) them the bottom right of the wacom is the bottom right of the right monitor, and the wacom top left is the left monitor top left. So if i'm only painting on one screen, is basically cuts the surface area of my wacom in half vertically.
has anyone else run into this proble? what did you do to solve it? is there a way to set it to only pick up the right monitor?