On Sun, 6 Jul 2014, Joe Hartley wrote:
> I'm definitely in the "must have dual monitor" camp for the editor & mixer
I just joined that camp. I don't think I could go back now. At $99 for a
monitor and most video cards supporting at least two (my video controler
should do three, but the MB doesn't have the connector) it just works.
> Besides, I've used window managers with virtual desktops since my days with
Even weirder that some of the Linux DEs (the KDE in Kubuntu) are starting
to hide that capability by default. I do like the new gnome deal that adds
new virtual desktops as you use them... as soon as you use desktop two, it
> The one thing I'd like is to have a screen to play videos on but since I
I think this has to do with the player application rather than DE.
libreoffice impress can use one full screen for display while using the
other for application control. Maybe that works because it is still the
same app in the second window. But it just seems to work for me.
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