Multiple monitors: stuck in the last century?
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Folks, Support for multiple monitors is an essential feature of any desktop environment that aspires to the name "modern". I thought it a shame that the feature was missing in Gnome 2. With much dismay, after trying out a Fedora 15 pre-release, I discovered that Gnome 3 is still missing a functioning multiple monitor support! There can be no excuse for this. Multiple monitors have been supported in X through RANDR for years. Thanks to the wonderful work by ATI and NVidia we can now watch a 4K movie on a 12 screen wall, or display an OpenGL animation at 20 MPixels. All the difficult parts have been implemented. What remains is to make windows maximize properly, panels span the entire width of the desktop and the background image scale as it should (plus a few similarly trivial changes). Is this too much to ask? I hope somebody is working on this feature. Users have been waiting for it far too long. I think we deserve better. -- Vladimir _______________________________________________ gnome-list mailing list gnome-list@xxxxxxxxx http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gnome-list
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