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Thread: Multimonitor clicking and dragging issues

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    Question Multimonitor clicking and dragging issues

    Hello,

    I have two nvidia cards, three monitor setup. Removed unity, installed gnome-panel. I try clicking and dragging in nautilus, but when I drag, the icon moves immediately to the monitor to the left. Same coordinates, but just snaps to one monitor over.

    Multimonitor is configured as separate X screen + Xinerama.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks!
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    Re: Multimonitor clicking and dragging issues

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    Question Re: Multimonitor clicking and dragging issues

    Still having this problem, not sure what is going on. Sometimes if I click and drag on a window, the window will snap one desktop over as well.
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    Re: Multimonitor clicking and dragging issues

    Confirmed this happens in fluxbox, so it's not a window manager problem, I'm guessing it's a problem with X.

    Any ideas?
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