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"Separate screen focus" will make windows open on the screen that currently has "focus". If "Active screen follows mouse" is checked, then the screen with focus is the one that has the mouse cursor in it. Otherwise, the screen that has focus is the screen that has an active window in it, which may be the desktop. Behavior is the same when both "Separate ...


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The titles I mention are relevant to systemsettings5, but they're also present in other versions — just, perhaps, might have a bit different name. Disable desktop switch when dragging window to an edge: systemsettings5 → Desktop Behaviour → Screen Edges, set the drop down list Switch desktop on edge to Disabled. CTRL+ALT+Arrows to switch desktops: ...



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