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Old 10-06-2006, 05:16 PM   #1
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Question Switching to Second Monitor with keyboard in GNOME (Dual mode, not Xinerama)

Google has failed me with this one. Is there any keyboard shortcut for GNOME that will move window focus from Monitor 0 to monitor 1? Basically I was wondering if there was anyway to swap workspaces on the second monitor without moving the mouse from one display to another. I do not use Xinerama. Since I use the second monitor for system status reports, amaroK, and email, I usually just want to change views and would rather not have to move the mouse.


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