Can i remove the blocking border between screens somehow?


I have two screens with different resolution. The right screen is smaller, its placed in the middle of the height of the left screen, so if the mouse cursor is e.g. on the very top right of the left screen, i have to move down with the mouse first before i can move the cursor into the right screen. Its not too bad, but im just wondering if i can somehow tell “also jump to right screens top-left position if the mouse cursor is “out of right-screens bounds” on the left screen”? Like logically extending the shared border of the screens.

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No, you can’t. The cursor is following the Xorg Screen size and area coordinates. You can use a script instead to switch screens that you can map to a shortcut or maybe a mouse button.
See here, as the answers are quite detailed and have multiple solutions you can chose from: