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comment How to move from screen 1 to screen 3 by moving cursor to the left and vice versa?
I will test this soon. Just a general rule of thumb, if quoting external sources always add relevant parts of the link to your own answer in case the link goes dead.
Nov
27
comment How to navigate between monitors using the mouse in a circular way?
@JacobVlijm I don't mind to "waste" the 50 points; I got two upvotes due to the bounty and I I think it would be unfair to Gsxr1k who provided a seemingly valid answer (haven't tested yet). Also, the bounty made us realize that this was a duplicate to begin with, so worth it.
Nov
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comment How to navigate between monitors using the mouse in a circular way?
@JacobVlijm Amazing how the phrasing of a question can hinder finding the solution. It sure seems like a duplicate.
Nov
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comment How to move windows to a certain screen when using more than two monitors in gnome-shell?
Did you find the time to fix the little quirks the script was having in gnome-shell?
Nov
23
asked How to disable hot corner in gnome-shell?
Nov
23
answered How to disable hot corner in gnome-shell?
Nov
23
asked How to get desktop notification for new mails using mutt?
Nov
11
accepted How to fix non-working USB (keyboard, mouse) after grub menu for full-disk encrypted installation?
Nov
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asked How to navigate between monitors using the mouse in a circular way?
Nov
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comment How to move windows to a certain screen when using more than two monitors in gnome-shell?
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
Nov
10
comment How to move windows to a certain screen when using more than two monitors in gnome-shell?
When using it from command line it works pretty well, yet when assigning shortcuts there is still some glitchy behaviour. I have mapped the indexes the super+1, super+2, super+3; yet it jumps not consistently, and repeating the shortcut toggles the movement between to screens. Have not yet discovered a pattern
Nov
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comment How to move windows to a certain screen when using more than two monitors in gnome-shell?
Wait a second, it just switched back to 1 based 0.o Is the way the index is determined realiable?
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comment How to move windows to a certain screen when using more than two monitors in gnome-shell?
Yes, it solves it, only difference is that the monitors are now 0-indexed instead of starting by 1.
Nov
10
comment How to move windows to a certain screen when using more than two monitors in gnome-shell?
You got all the time in the world ;) Thanks alot!
Nov
10
comment How to move windows to a certain screen when using more than two monitors in gnome-shell?
Here's a gif showcasing the weird behavior: i.giphy.com/3oEduLfcFhxWBTRvCE.gif
Nov
10
comment How to move windows to a certain screen when using more than two monitors in gnome-shell?
This does not work quite as excpected. Some index numbers do not seem to identfy a specific window, but toggle between two monitors. Furthermore, there is no difference between running with index 2 and 3, the monitor stays on the same monitor.
Nov
10
comment How to move windows to a certain screen when using more than two monitors in gnome-shell?
@A.B. As requested added the output of xrandr
Nov
10
revised How to move windows to a certain screen when using more than two monitors in gnome-shell?
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Nov
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asked How to move windows to a certain screen when using more than two monitors in gnome-shell?