So, the "position computers" thing works fine if you don't have a bunch of monitors or odd formations..
But what I have is:
PC1 - 3x 4K (PC 1, Monitor 1, 2, 3)
PC2 - 1x 4K, 1x1440p (PC 2, Monitor 1,2)
1,1 1,2 1,3 2,1
So in Multiplicity I only have two bad options: I can do is set 1,2 (PC 1 Right Monitor) to go to 2,1. This is awkward for getting to 2,3 as the only way to get there is to go past 1,2 to 2,1 and 2,2, then to 2,3 (either up or right depending on how I position it in Windows).. Either that or I can position PC2 above PC1 in Multiplicity, which is slightly less awkward but still inconvenient.
It would be nice to have (even an "advanced" semi-hidden) option to define what Screen Edge connects to (1..4) other Screen Edges..
Even if it's obtuse and if I have to write it to a database by hand.. just.. anything!
I plan on expanding to 4 PCs and more monitors and stacking..
And yes I thereotically could put 2,2 on PC1 -- but there's hardware limitations for that (multibox gaming, GPU in PC1 already struggles driving 3x4K screens, GPUs in PC2 are just enough to drive 1 4K + 1 1440p, no chance of PC2 driving 2 4K screens.. and PC1 is on 100% of the time, PC2 is only powered up for game time).
So yeah, I'd like to say 1,2 Upper connects to 2,2 Lower and that 1,3 Right connects to 2,1 Left.
PC2 is to the right of or above PC1 isn't good enough.
This shouldn't be a difficult feature to implement. So.. pretty please add this super nifty and useful feature. With sugar on top.
I don't know how multi-resolution works yet, I'm just getting the 2nd computer setup -- but if you could take into account monitor resolution and change that up -- ie you're 25% from the left when you move the mouse up to a different resolution monitor.. say 1440p and 2160p, X=360 before move, X=540 after.
Another interesting option might be taking monitor DPI AND resolution into account so you'd be absolutely positionally accurate if the monitors were mounted at matching centers, or left/right/top/bottom edge.. or allow the user to set an offset.
Don't make me write my own from scratch..