9.10 regressions with dual-monitors
clanlaw at googlemail.com
Tue Jan 26 21:05:04 UTC 2010
2010/1/26 Bill Moseley <moseley at hank.org>:
> How do I define where Gnome panels are displayed on dual monitors?
> I plug in a second monitor into my Thinkpad T60p. The 2nd monitor is on the
> left of my laptop. With 9.04 this worked perfectly and Gnome would place
> the top and bottom panels on the 2nd monitor (on the left) when connected
> and back on the laptop screen when the 2nd monitor was disabled. Now the
> panels remain on the laptop screen all the time.
You can move the panels with Alt/hold-left-button-down/drag if that is
what you are need to know. It should then remember the settings. I
think there are also settings in gconf which I should be able to dig
out if you need them.
> Dragging windows between screens still works as expected (and yes, I have
> the 2nd monitor configured on the left of the laptop screen in Display
> I never understood how Gnome decided where to put the panels, but I just
> assumed it defaulted to the left. On my 9.10 desktop with two monitors
> that's how it works -- that is the panels display on the left screen.
> I've also had a few times where the panels show on the laptop but none of
> the icons on top or the running applications on the bottom show up.
> Another pain is at the login screen I've had times where my external USB
> keyboard isn't enabled, too. I find that very odd.
> Bill Moseley
> moseley at hank.org
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