How to use multiple monitors
slimhigh at gmail.com
Mon Mar 12 02:00:44 UTC 2012
I just wanna it looks like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lbwNMnNUGFA
2012/3/12 Liam Proven <lproven at gmail.com>
> 2012/3/11 Chen Liang <slimhigh at gmail.com>:
> > Hello everyone!
> > I have two monitors, and I wanna use both of them. Since Ubuntu has four
> > workspaces, I want each monitor use different workspace respectively. How
> > could I do?
> > Thanks in advance!
> It doesn't work like that. (Not on any OS I know that supports virtual
> What you get it /n/ virtual instances of your screen layout. So, if
> you have 2 physical screens & 4 v-desktops, then you get 4 virtual
> instances of your dual-screen desktop: top left pair, top right pair,
> bottom left pair, bottom right pair, for instance.
> I don't know any way to make each physical monitor reflect a different
> v-desktop & I am finding it hard to imagine the UI to it. I reckon it
> would be a nightmare to try to use.
> Configure your machine for dual head and then just use the
> vdesktop-switching same as before. Both screens switch together. This
> is simple and it works, believe me!
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