Em sábado, 26 de maio de 2012, às 19:01:40, dE . escreveu:
> On 05/25/12 01:05, Marcelo Magno T. Sales wrote:
> > 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
> >>> xrandr
> >>> *
> >> No,
> >> 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.
> >> Stef
> > 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?
> > Thanks,
> > Marcelo
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> This's not reproducible in my case, which version of KDE are you running?
I'm running 4.8.2, Ubuntu packages. However, since yesterday, the configuration saved as default in System Settings began to stick. Now I can logout and login again and the monitors configuration stays as I had left it.
I didn't do anything different, there were no updates... Don't know why it works now (not complaining, not complaining at all! :) )
However, right after this began to work, this other problem showed up:
It seems I can never have KDE working 100%. Every time I fix a problem, another one shows up. Even so, KDE is still better than the available alternatives. At least KDE ends up doing what I want after some hard work. But Gnome and Unity don't, no matter how hard I try :)