Joined: 15 May 2006 Posts: 23 Location: Australia
Posted: Wed 06 Jan 2016, 17:14 Post subject:
Nice, and worked without a hitch (unlike many pets). However, it only allows one or other display to be active, or the desktop to be mirrored on both displays... no option for side-by-side : which I thought would have been the most common requirement.
It provides a gui for arranging multiple monitors. If you want your configuration to persist at every startup, then you'll need a script in the /root/startup directory with the command "zarfy -l" (see the end of that thread).
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