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Old 07-10-2011, 03:11 PM   #1
snatale1
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Dual Screens and ATI Catalyst Control Center


I've got 2 screen and trying to use Catalyst Control center to run them. I'm on Ubuntu 10.04 and this is the problem. Main main screen is directly in front of me, my 2nd screen is to the left of it. When I use CCC and enable Xinerama every works correctly but will not let me have my 2nd screen to the left of the main one, even if I set them that way in CCC. To drag to the 2nd screen I have to go off to the right of the first one instead of the left. If I disable Xinerama the screens works correctly but apps pop up on whatever screen they want to , and when I run a game they show up on both! Anybody a freak lefty like me and solve this issue?
 
  


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