The secret is to set up one screen at a time .
Launch the (Touchkit = eGalaxy) applet
Assuming you are now presented with two identical screen icons, avoid further confusion
by re-naming one icon “Left Screen” and the other icon “Right Screen”
3 . Select Left Screen and go through the set-up and calibration routine for the left hand monitor . (If the Left Screen icon selects the right hand monitor, simply rename the icons correctly)
Close the applet . (To make doubly sure, I actually shut my PC and re-booted)
Re-launch the (Touchkit = eGalaxy) applet
Select Right Screen and go through the set-up and calibration routine for the Right Hand
7 . Re-boot
Both monitors should now function OK .
Larger Stop Tabs
(insert reference from earlier chapter)
Expanded Stop-Rail Real Estate (describe Paul Stratman ACO example)
Expanded Keyboard Real Estate—Split Manuals Having only one or two real keyboards does not prevent you from playing a jOrgan disposition consisting of
three or four manuals.
(I now understand that what I describe below might be more accurately termed A Split Stop Made With Split Keyboards” but I’ll leave it in for the time being as An Example of Split Manuals” till I have something clearer to oer.) Let’s say that you want to use a disposition that is designed for three manuals—Recitativ/Echo, Recitativ/Echo Bass and Recitativ/Echo Treble. Let’s say that you have only one real keyboard at your disposal, and for the sake of this example let’s say that it is the jOrgan Keyboard extension to jOrgan. Figure 10.2, generously provided by Paul Stratman, shows how you can divide up your keyboard over three virtual organ manuals.