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Trying to pair up Background Images On Dual Monitors

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Ajax80

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Greetings everyone, Hopefully this is a rather easy question to answer. I am searching for a way to pair images on my dual monitor setup during the slide show.
What I am hoping to accomplish, is to have "Image A" display on Monitor 1 and "Image B" display on monitor 2. Then when the slide show moves to a different set of images it would select two more that are paired together and then place those images into the appropriate monitors.

From what I can see, I am not seeing a way to do this natively in windows 11, if it that is truly the case I fully understand that. However would you know of any utilities that could accomplish this?

Thank you for your time and I truly hope i wasn't confusing in my description. In my head it seems like a simple thing. however putting it down in writing seems to be slightly more difficult.
 

DVDR_Dog

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Well Ajax the good news is it's a simple matter of having someone author a simple script to accomplish that task. The bad news is I don't write scripts but there are plenty of members of our community can write a mean script.
 

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