An extension enabling window managers to combine multiple monitors to create one large display.

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In Unity, how can I hide the global menu on an application running fullscreen in a second monitor?

I often play video content on my second screen, and I've noticed that when the fullscreen application loses focus (i.e. I go back to doing something on my main screen) a global menu bar appears above ...
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Copying second sceeen to be displayed on first screen

I'm developing an application that utilizes 2 screens, using ubuntu 12.04. The monitor is back to back, one side to the operator, the other facing toward customer. The problem is, on both monitor i ...
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dual display with matrox g550 card

I installed ubuntu 12.04 on my computer and I have a matrox g550, but I have the problem my dual display is clone. How do I get dual display without being clone? I tried to make one xorg.conf from X ...
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Unable to 'Apply' Settings to nVidia X Server Settings

Im unable to save any settings to nVidia Server Settings. I did 'Save to X Configuration File' but no effect. Enable Xinerama is still unchecked the next time I start X. . Original Image here.
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How to get 3 monitors to work?

Installed Ubuntu 12.10 on my 1TB HDD. System specs: i7 2600k 16 GB RAM GTX 590 (running all 3 1080p monitors) GTX 560 Ti - would like to dedicate to PhysX Problem: MAJOR nvidia driver stability ...
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Unity (compiz) doesn't work with Xinerama and AMD GPUs

Using 2 AMD gpus to power 3 monitors, when I enable Xinerama and reboot Unity doesn't open. I am using the 12.11 beta drivers from ATI and 12.10 version of Ubuntu. Here is a log using the Unity ...
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How to use multiple Xscreen?

I have a setup with 2 different NVidia cards and 3 monitors. I was using Xinerama to unite them all under the same desktop, but some random crashes and lots of googling lead me to believe that ...