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    How can I set uo multiple display.

    How to set up multiple displays (not clone) under Kubuntu using KDE 4.3.3.

    On my computer with a NVIDIA card I can do this in the Nvidia X server settings application. But on a computer with an Intel GMA I am unable to do so.

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    Re: How can I set uo multiple display.

    Its a really longtime and I still have no answer. So BUMP

    Don't we have an unanswered posts team?

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    Re: How can I set uo multiple display.

    Have you tried the Display settings in System Settings?
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    Re: How can I set uo multiple display.

    Quote Originally Posted by GameManK View Post
    Have you tried the Display settings in System Settings?
    Yes, I did. Firstly it does not offer the resolution 1366X768 and secondly it only offers clone display not extended.

    Also when clone display for two different resolution monitors is chosen, the plasma taskbar size is inappropriate for one of the screens?

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    Re: How can I set uo multiple display.

    In that case you're probably going to need to use the xrandr command to do it ()

    man xrandr
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