Gab contini-mailing wrote on Support for RandR’s “primary monitor” What should I do? Change folder icon on desktop Xfdesktop does support custom folders as of version 4. This information was last pulled on
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Restart and enjoy Step 9.
You can re-enable that functionality by enabling the misc-exec-shell-scripts-by-default xfconf key. Wiki Table of Contents. Came across your post in a similar search. This does not solve my problem at all, as when I kill xfdesktop my transparent aterms and background is totally unusuable.
xubuntu – How do I setup dual monitors in XFCE? – Ask Ubuntu
Status changed to ‘Confirmed’ because the bug affects multiple users. But those are a Spannlng thing so you will always have a panel mixed with regular and symbollic icons. When you resume from suspend, press the keyboard combination. For the power manager: In a dual monitor configuration xfce4-panel is always placed on the rightmost monitor, regardless of which monitor is configured as “primary” in xfce4-display- settings.
In fact there is no extending of the internal primary display to the left in Spanjing Ok, for about one minute let’s stop being programmers and let’s think as a normal spanniny. Your opinion disagres with the xfce4-settings documentation: The output selection code was added specifically to fix this problem, because output names do not change if you rearrange the monitors.
Your proposed behavior anyway is not user friendly. You can change your dual setup at will. Dual monitors, one wallpaper so here’s something that helps a little bit.
Attached the screenshot of my xfce4-display- settings. Dual monitors, one wallpaper longshanks wrote: Works perfectly on Ubuntu I created a property using the xfconf settings editor.
To run it temporarilyi with respect to xfce4-panel, for instance, you would do the following:. You can change the font of the title if you use the pango markup language. According to this articlexfce 4. Now, it should work, but you’ve still got one problem. Assuming you have a server with sshd running and access to this server, enter into the Thunar address bar:. Click your monitor switching button, and then in the “Displays” dialog choose what monitor you want to use, or if you want one to extend the other or mirror the other: Under xfce4-desktop create a new property with the following settings: Email Required, but never shown.
For a one-time system-wide solution see wiki.
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They will disappear, giving their vertical space back, and you will be left with a tidy list of devices in the order you want. All in all, out of 4 buttons on xdce panel only one xvce half useful, the other ones not at all. Even though it is spaanning perfect and I really thing Xfce developers should give the choice to the user single wallpaper spanned or 2 wallpapers instead of having to do this workarounds.
Sign up using Email and Password. It is very useful to add that to a panel or desktop launcher, or associate it with a shortcut. Since I can set the wallpaper to the root window with Esetroot, is there a way to disable the wallpapers from Xfce? But arandr is buggy; it worked once, then I got a grey screen hiding the desktop and launcher at the bottom of the screen.