Okay, here's another explanation:
3 computers (Win7). Single monitor, keyboard, speakers and mouse.
Using Multiplicity KVM (not pro).
I have my primary and secondary1 connected via KVM mode. (Seondary2 cannot be connected via KVM mode due to limit of version) This allows me to freely jump between the two, which I frequently do...
Now, what I'm trying to sort out, is if I can then connect the third PC (secondary2) to the primary... but have it's video out going to the alternate video input of the monitor (so, I'd have to manually switch using the monitor's input button) to jump between the direct video of Secondary2 and the Multiplicy KVM video (Primary and Secondary1).
I would then stay in KVM mode (which means I can't access Secondary2)... but, when I DO need to access Secondary2, could I do so by switching to KM mode, then pressing the monitor's video input select button... basically, going from 'Primary/Secondary1 KVM mode' to 'Primary/Secondary2 KM mode' using that setup?
I don't use the 3rd PC often (and when I do, it's usually in isolation of the others)... So, I'm just seeing if I can address all three PCs using the KVM (non-pro) version of Multiplicity, by switching to KM mode to access it (and using the SAME single monitor, but different video input).
...and, while I got you here, could you tell me the current upgrade price from Multiplicity KVM to KVM Pro? I have all the prices except that, I think.