Five hundred lines of text are added to the document.
At every fiftieth line, the macro selects the line and refreshes the screen.
When the i Mac woke from sleep, this time (unlike every other time for the past week or so) the right-hand monitor was working.
Clearly, my mental model of how computers connect to monitors, developed in the RCA / CGA / VGA era, bears no relation to how they work in the bold 21st-century world of USB-C and Display Port.
Using the Mac Book Pro, I verified that the right monitor does work, first with a Mini Display Port–HDMI adapter, which worked immediately, and then with a Mini Display Port–Display Port cable, which also worked (but only after a restart).The States 1 - Enforcement states for a deployment report summarizes the enforcement state of client computers for a specified deployment.This report provides information about the state for installing the updates in the deployment; for example, downloading the update, installing the update, successfully installed the update, and so on.I have a 21" Retina i Mac (2017) with two ASUS PB258Q monitors, each connected to a USB-C port via a Star Tech USB-C to Display Port cable.Since I updated to 10.13.4, only the left monitor works—even if I disconnect the first monitor, switch cables, and/or switch ports.Before upgrading: After downloading and installing the Concept2 Utility, follow one of the procedures below.Note: When updating from version 12 and earlier (indoor rowers) or version 712 or earlier (Ski Ergs), follow the USB Cable procedure.This report provides information about whether the client computer was able to successfully evaluate the deployment.Then, the States 4 - Computers in a specific state for a deployment report can be drilled into to get more information about the client computer within a specified state.Indoor rower version 154 or higher, and Ski Erg verion 854 or higher are for PM5s that run hardware version 600 or higher.These monitors were put into circulation in December 2016.