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You might want to install CompizConfig. I think you are looking for that. https://apps.ubuntu.com/cat/applications/compizconfig-settings-manager/ Good luck!


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Possibly this known bug. In compiz config, try unchecking unredirect fullscreen windows and see if it makes any difference. This can be done by opening CompizConfig Settings Manager and clicking on Composite and then the appropriate toggle. Also, go back and select OpenGL and make sure Sync to VBlank is enabled. If that doesn't help, make sure page ...


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I figured it out. I think it's a bug in ccsm. I used dconf to watch the settings change while using ccsm: $ dconf watch / /org/compiz/profiles/unity/plugins/unityshell/show-launcher unset unset?? $ dconf read /org/compiz/profiles/unity/plugins/unityshell/show-launcher $ Yep... The key doesn't even exist. $ dconf list ...


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Launch ccsm and check your settings in Window Management > Place Windows. The plugin must be enabled (check the option Enable Place Windows in the left bar). I can reproduce your described behaviour when I disable this plugin. I recommend to also set its Placement Mode option to Smart, but that's just a suggestion, the other might also look nice.


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One way to solve this is by resetting everything to its original value. From Ubuntuhandbook: You can reset compiz with the following command: dconf reset -f /org/compiz/ Then, reset Unity, using: setsid unity


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This is an odd behaviour that was unexpected and certainly not obvious. After double checking the Display Settings, it turns out that there was a small gap between my two monitors. This gap essentially meant that moving the mouse slowly did not manage to 'jump' the gap, whereas moving fast enough did. This issue is separate and distinct from sticky edges. ...


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One solution is to set the external monitor onto the left side of the desktop monitor in System-Settings >> Displays. This changes the direction you slide your mouse into the next screen, but this works when the "Sticky Edge" and CompizConfig-System-Manager options do not. Drag and drop external monitor to the left side of the main monitor It appears that ...



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