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various Xinerama issues #5

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derf opened this issue Aug 21, 2010 · 4 comments
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various Xinerama issues #5

derf opened this issue Aug 21, 2010 · 4 comments
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@derf derf commented Aug 21, 2010

From TODO:
On screen 1, it will work if fullscreen is turned off, the window is rendered
and moved so that its top corner is only on screen 1, and then fullscreen is
turned on (after that, it'll work for all images in the slideshow).

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@derf derf commented Sep 6, 2010

As a workaround, the environment variable XINERAMA_SCREEN is now checked. Set it to the correct screen number (starting with 0) and maybe things will work a little better.

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@derf derf commented Aug 7, 2011

Also, in Xinerama setups, windows are not always resized to the correct display size, but sometimes to the size of the whole screen and then centered on the current display (so not the whole window is visible)

derf added a commit that referenced this issue Aug 29, 2011
This fixes half of the issue - windows on Xinerama screen 0 no longer become
too large, but the bug still appears on the other screens (unless
XINERAMA_SCREEN is set)
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@derf derf commented Aug 30, 2011

The only thing still broken is fullscreen mode on Xinerama screens != 0

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@derf derf commented Feb 14, 2013

fixed in 2.9.1

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