From: kevin lyda (kevin at domain ie.suberic.net)
Date: Sun 23 Jun 2002 - 14:31:36 IST
On Sun, Jun 23, 2002 at 11:09:19AM +0100, Liam Bedford wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 23, 2002 at 04:57:33AM +0100, kevin lyda wrote:
> > xinerama is mindbogglingly simple to set up. even i did it. so if
> it's great. it's just a pity that too many programs can't deal with
> it properly, and put a dialog in the middle of the virtual screen..
On Sun, Jun 23, 2002 at 11:26:45AM +0100, Niall O Broin wrote:
> Yes, it's very easy. However, has it (and everything around it) gained sense
> yet ? I have a floating 15" LCD monitor which just fits nicely into my
> computer cabinet beside my main monitor. I run my main monitor at 1600x1200
> but the resolution of the LCD is only 1024x768. When I used Xinerama (a
> while ago now) I ended up with X believing that I had a screen resolution of
> 2624 x 1200 so that the right hand part of my KDE menu bar ended up in
> space, and new windows often got opened with part of them in space too. Does
> xinerama / X deal with that any better now, do you know ?
you can set the lcd screen to have a virtual height of 1200.
also, i've set sawfish to open all windows where my mouse is. the gnome
panel had the same problem as you describe for the kde panel, but i just
set it to be a panel that i can change the width on.
> P.S. Commiserations on not getting elected president :-)
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