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Old 12-16-2008, 07:28 AM   #1
jcookeman
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Crossover Office and Multiple Monitors


I'm not sure how many Crossover user we have here, but I've installed Office 2007 on Ubuntu (Hardy) with multiple monitors on Crossover Office 7.1.0.

The problem I notice is firstly, I am unable to resize the window of any office application. It opens on the right screen and is fullscreen. It cannot be resized, and I cannot move it to another monitor!!

Second, when I open any dialogue box, like "Open", the dialogue box opens behind the application, and it's impossible to access it. I have disabled Compiz.

FWIW, I have this installed on my laptop with OpenSuse 11.0 and it works fine.
 
  


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