I am running Natty Narwhal on x86_64 with the new "Unity" desktop.
I have two monitors. Well, make that one monitor and a high-def television set. I usually leave the TV off, or if it is on, it is usually set to display an input other than my Ubuntu system.
Sometimes, when an application decides to open a window, it opens it on the secondary display (i.e., the TV). In earlier versions of Ubuntu (using gnome-desktop), I could right-click on the application in the task bar, select the name of the window, choose "Move", and drag it onto my primary display (i.e., the monitor).
With Natty, I have to turn on my television, wait for it to power up, set it to "HDMI input #3" (or whatever), mouse over to the TV, grab the window, drag it back, restore my TV to its default input, and turn it off.
I find this new process significantly less efficient than the old one.
Is there any way under Unity to move a window that I cannot see from one screen to another? If not, how can I request this feature?