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# Multiple screens & organization

1. 2 weeks ago

### Ramon S

Mar 20 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro UPC, Europe (Barcelona, Spain)

When I have multiple screens Left and Top of a window (just an example) it seems that are taken from the Top-Left of screen(0).
But how do I know where Screen(0) is? That is, how do I know screens' organization? Over, bellow, left, right..?

Or much interesting for me, is it possible to know the minimum-maximum width and height of the combined screens?

It should be cross-platform.

2. ### Andrew L

Mar 20 San Francisco, CA, USA

Use the Screen class to get the positions and sizes of each screen.

3. ### Kem T

Mar 20 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro, XDC Speakers, MVP Connecticut

As I recall, Screen(0) is always 0, 0, and the other screens are relative to that. For example, Screen(1) might be -1024, 0, so it would be inline horizontally and to the left of the main screen.

4. ### Ramon S

Mar 20 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro UPC, Europe (Barcelona, Spain)
Edited 2 weeks ago

Thank you Andrew.
It will take some lines of code to get the values, but it will be easy.

```Var xmin, ymin, xmax, ymax As Integer
For i As Integer = 0 To ScreenCount - 1
xmin = Min(xmin, Screen(i).Left)
xmax = Max(xmax, Screen(i).Width)
ymin = Min(ymin, Screen(i).Top)
ymax = Max(ymax, Screen(i).Height)
Next i```
5. ### Ramon S

Mar 20 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro UPC, Europe (Barcelona, Spain)

Sorry. It was wrong!

```Var xmin, ymin, xmax, ymax As Integer
For i As Integer = 0 To ScreenCount - 1
xmin = Min(xmin, Screen(i).Left)
xmax = Max(xmax, Screen(i).Left + Screen(i).Width)
ymin = Min(ymin, Screen(i).Top)
ymax = Max(ymax, Screen(i).Top + Screen(i).Height)
Next i```