I’m currently usuing the EyeX setup on a second monitor. It works fine except when I try to use the gaze point visualizer (Ctrl-Alt-Shift-F12) it only displays for my primary monitor (which doesn’t have the EyeX on it). Is there any way to switch which monitor it tracks?
Thank you for your feedback. I checked the EyeX Engine code and found that the gaze point visualizer is currently hard-coded onto the primary screen. I have reported this as a bug to the EyeX Engine team.