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Old 31-03-2012, 05:59 PM   #1
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Max 2012 - MMB pan

hey downloaded the student version of Max 2012.

When I try to pan, my cursor jumps to my second monitor (which is primary), meaning that it'll pan off the viewport.

If I use the max window on my primary monitor it works fine. Is there some jiggery pokery to get it to work well on dual screens? Or does it sound like a corrupt install?

edit, sorry discovered the dual screen issue whilst typing (thought it was a MMB issue, hence the title) and posted too quickly.
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