Dual display, non-mirrored
dale.visser at live.com
Thu Mar 13 16:56:16 UTC 2014
I agree lxrandr lacks flexibility, but when I looked at their official pages, I think that is by design. I would say installing arandr or learning xrandr should be the suggested remedies for users needing to go beyond lxrandr.
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From: Israel<mailto:israeldahl at gmail.com>
Sent: 3/13/2014 9:33 AM
To: lubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com<mailto:lubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
Subject: Re: Dual display, non-mirrored
On 03/13/2014 02:11 AM, Lars Noodén wrote:
> On 03/12/2014 11:17 PM, brendanperrine at gmail.com wrote:> I think you
> have to install arandr as a graphical frontend. Lxrandr doesn't
>> really attempt or itnended to provide this feature.
> On 03/13/2014 01:21 AM, Israel wrote:
>> I use arandr
>> It works very well and is very easy to use. I had the same issue as you
>> sudo apt-get install arandr
> Thanks. arandr is very useful, I hadn't seen it before.
> Yes, lxrandr seems to be missing the side-by-side capability so I've put
> in a feature request:
great I will mark it affecting me so it gets confirmed!
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