In Ubuntu CompizConfig Settings Manager, there are two very useful window management plugins.
"Grid" does essentially the same thing (and then some) that Windows Aero "snap" does. Via mouse actions and keyboard shortcuts you can snap the active window to various preset locations (left half of screen, upper right quarant, etc). However, these keyboard shortcuts only work on the active display (i.e. you can't move the window out of the current display using any of these).
"Put" allows you to use a keyboard shortcut to move the active window from the current display to another one. It works great, UNLESS you've previously used the grid plugin to snap the window into place. In this case, the window will move to the new display as desired, but then about 1 second later it will bounce back. To be clear: the window will only move across screens via the "put" keyboard shortcut, if that window was NOT previously snapped to a preset "grid" location.
Has anybody else experienced this? Any ideas for a solution?