[xmonad] telling xmonad that apparently huge screen == 2 screens
ankaan at gmail.com
Wed Mar 3 04:56:15 EST 2010
Hi. Have a look at:
That one should work fine for you, unless you have a third screen that
is detected correctly. For that scenario it i possible to make it work
also, but not so nicely.
It will work for all apps that are managed by xmonad, but some other
may still misbehave. For example if you try to use dmenu with the
xinerama patch, I think it will try to use both screens as one single.
Since it is only xmonad that is aware of your split.
Maybe I should actually start commiting all those changes I made...
Since that is one of them, allowing you to make the split on the
current screen, and not all screens.
On Wed, Mar 3, 2010 at 09:36, Stephan Schulz <ss.c at gmx.net> wrote:
> Hi all!
> I'm interested in a solution too, as my Sunray reports its two screens also as one large widescreen
> (3200x1200 in my case).
> Lara Michaels wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> I am wondering if I can tell xmonad that what Xorg reports as a strangely wide 2560x1024 screen is in reality two physical 1280x1024 screens. (I am using a Matrox Dualhead2go, which emulates a very wide screen and then divides that signal onto two separate screens.)
>> Can I tell xmonad what the real screen sizes are, so that maximization and, more generally, screen space management occurs at the correct level (ie, at the level of each 1280x1024 physical screen, rather than maximizing to take over the entire width of my monitor setup!).
>> Can this be done? I used to be able to do this at the Xorg level when I was using a nvidia video card (using an option called "TwinViewXineramaInfoOveride"), but my new machine has Intel graphics and they don't seem to support this kind of magic... Can I solve it within xmonad?
>> Many thanks for any help!
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