I cannot get "Active Desktop Calendar" to play nicely with multiple monitor apps when dual monitors are spanned by a single wallpaper. This appears to be a problem with all the desktop calendar apps that I can find. I am now trying to use the Win7 Display Settings to achieve this end. So far the calendar app is not crashing when the wallpaper spans the screens. Now, my problem is that I want the R.H. screen to be the primary screen while the wallpaper wants it the other way. The center edges are on the outer edges Is there a way to keep the RH screen the primary screen and get the wallpaper fo display correctly with Windows Display Settings?