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Or are they slightly tilted towards you on the side monitors like this:
Of course, not to such an extreme angle like the diagram above, but they should be slightly tilted to your liking to contrast with the stretchiness.
I tried both but I decided to tilt it slightly towards me. Like your second diagram but more diagonal.
And it is still stretchy? Even after you tilted it? Either try tilting it some more or if you absolutely hate it being that way then try google as I have no experience with dual monitors Sorry.
It seems to be cut off somehow... I can't expand it neither
Try to run it in a single monitor setting.
Widescreen Fixer works for some games, not all, unfortunately.
For some games, FOV can be adjusted via a Console Command.
For some, the game's .ini or .cfg file needs to be edited.
And some games need some hacks.
Check out ''Games, Hacks & Tools'' here: http://www.widescreengamingforum.com/wiki/Essential_Games_List
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Widescreen fixer DOES Fix MW2 and BLOPS and works very well at it. It is normal for the side monitors to look a bit stretched BUT the centre Monitor should be perfect ( as in the same as if you had one monitor for the centre only)
What he said. My TF2 works wonderfully at 4800x900 but there is a slight stretch to the sides. This includes L4D. I can barely notice it when I'm playing the game.