2012/5/24 Stef Bon <stef@xxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> On 05/24/2012 07:22 PM, Nowardev-Team wrote:
>> NB THE bash script must be executable to do that just do
>> chmod +x your_name_bashscript_for_xrandr
>> *to see your aviable options you can just type on konsole
> it's just possible using the display settings in the settings. Select
> Display and Monitor, select
> Multiple Monitors, and there you are.
> It works very good.
It works, but after a reboot KDE forgets what had been configured and
goes back to clone mode again.
Even if you "Save as default" in System Settings, the configuration is
lost after a reboot.
Is there a way to make it stick?
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