Tue Jun 11, 2019 3:25 pm
I find myself in a bit of a quandry. I have 3 monitors attached to 2 different GPUs in my PC (1x GTX9800+ and 1x FX1800 Quadro). I am attempting to make the latest version of Kubuntu (19.10) work with this setup such that I have normal multimonitor functionality (drag windows accross all monitors, fullscreen to individual monitors rather then the whole bank) etc.
As it stands I have all three screens working using the Nvidia Driver (340.107) which was installed using the ubuntu-drivers command. I can drag windows across all monitors due to the built in Xinerama function within the driver. My problem however is that if I fullscreen an app it maximises over ALL of my displays which makes the entire setup quite useless.
I know that the KDE frontend seems to be seeing the monitors as separate entities as panels and widgets work and snap to monitor edges like normal so I dont understand what is causing my problem. Could anyone please advise?
I have tried turning off and on the "nvideaXineramaInfo" flag which seems to have replaced the "noTwinviewXineramaInfo" tag to no avail.
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