Multi-monitor display on WIN10 not matching borders

Good day.
When using multiple Hi monitor displays on Win10, the Hi borders not matching to the monitor borders (see image).
Apparently, the border of the windows in Win 7 is preffered.
I will ask you to add a feature for full image size on Win10.
Thank you in advance.

Good day.

  1. You have misplaced monitors. The mounting causes not matching borders (at your place) or will be part of the HI outside the area of ​​any of the monitors.
    Monitor 1 dx / dy, rect (LTRB): 1920/1080 (0, 0, 1920, 1080)
    Monitor 2 dx / dy, rect (LTRB): 1920/1080 (1920, 0, 3840, 1080)
    Monitor 3 dx / dy, rect (LTRB): 1920/1080 (6, 1080, 1926, 2160)
    Monitor 4 dx / dy, rect (LTRB): 1920/1080 (1926, 1080, 3846, 2160)

  2. The order of the monitors is not strictly required, HI get them renumber internally:
    Example: We have 6 monitors placed in two rows. The top board will have
    numbers 1, 2, 3 and the lower 4, 5, 6. If we don’t want to have a HI console at all
    monitors, enter the extreme monitor numbers in the configuration file
    defining the area for HI, e.g. 1 and 5. Now HI should be
    multidisplay feature dedicated area on monitors 1, 2, 4, 5.
    For example:
    1 2 3
    4 5 6
    Inappropriate entry (see your below is understood as when it is not entered) and takes
    the whole area (all monitors)
    FirstMonitor = 3
    LastMonitor = 2

Sorry, I didn’t see your picture. This may solve your problem:

Try a new parameter in section [SET_DISPLAY_PARAMS]
EmulMaxBorder=TRUE (FALSE)

Increase the maximized HI size. Use this when in Windows 10 there is a blank space around HI of about 8 points.

Hello, this is the picture:

And thank you for your answer.

Good day.

Parameter EmulMaxBorder=TRUE solve your problem.
But this parameter was implemented 24.4.2020 - versions V12265 and higher.

Good day, yes, you are right, thank you for your note.