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How to daisy chain E273q Monitor

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I have a MacBook Pro that has USB C and I'm trying to connect it to 2 E273q Monitors.  My job provided a hub that has two displayports and I connected them to both moniors. So far I can get both to work but they are mirrored.  The Mac see's both monitors as one.  How can I get this to work.  

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After opening System Preferences and then clicking "Displays" do both monitors appear and are separate entities?  If they are listed as each, it is simple to uncheck the "Mirror Displays" and then assign which apps display on which monitor.

 

The hub might be confusing the Mac into thinking there is only one extra monitor.  Try using separate Thunderbolt/displayport cables for each monitor instead.


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