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If I have two monitors, side by side, then the Unity bar will interfere with mouse movement. I set the unity bar to only display if I move the mouse to the top left corner of the screen, but the mouse still pauses momentarily when I move the mouse from the right display to the left display. The place it pauses, is exactly on the left border of the right screen.

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You must have sticky borders enabled. Remove the option sticky borders.

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A similar problem has been answered here: How do I disable mouse magnet on middle edge with multi monitors?

  • That did the trick, thanks. Ah, there is still a small delay the, to give unity the option to come out of autohide, but the pain is gone! – Jack Jul 17 '12 at 10:05
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Another post here will help, and provide you with some options to set things up the way you want.

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