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answered Command is giving me “bash: ./fwupd: cannot execute binary file”
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comment Simpler ALT-TAB in Unity
Thanks for the answer... just a small note for other people looking at this - it's still slower than the metacity one, and the gigantic icons are not possible to shrink. It's still good enough to at least consider not turning off compiz this time.
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asked How can I stop nautilus from scrolling the window when I move a file out of a directory?
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revised Monitor height differences & the mouse going off screen
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answered Connecting two monitors at the corners
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comment Monitor height differences & the mouse going off screen
thanks RAOF. that thread also mentions some manual fixes which I'll try out.
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accepted Monitor height differences & the mouse going off screen
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comment Monitor height differences & the mouse going off screen
@Ashframe yeah, that would be annoying too. but I think overall it'd be better, because on the left monitor when you moved the mouse down to the bottom of the screen it would not keep going into blackness. Anyway I think it'd be cool to be able to control whether the mouse goes into black space. In windows I believe the mouse never goes into black space, and it interpolates where the mouse should be - if you leave the right monitor near the bottom, you'll show up near the bottom of the left monitor. it makes sense.
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revised Monitor height differences & the mouse going off screen
added 9 characters in body
Mar
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comment Connecting two monitors at the corners
one really strange thing. say screen0 is 1000 pixels wide, and screen1 is positioned on x at +980. When I am at the very right edge of screen0 and move downwards, I show up 20 pixels from the top left of screen 1. as I move left, I get closer to the left edge of screen0 when I come out. and when I am more than 20 pixels away from the right edge of screen0, I come out at the very left edge of screen1. I believe that instead of passing through in this case, the mouse should just stay on screen0.
Mar
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comment Connecting two monitors at the corners
at first I used the nvidia program to do it but to set up what I have outlined above, I just edited xorg.conf.
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asked Connecting two monitors at the corners
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revised Monitor height differences & the mouse going off screen
added 205 characters in body
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