Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1005371
Dual Display Fedora duplicates icons on both displays (on a Dell with a dual head video card)
Last modified: 2014-02-05 17:22:06 EST
Description of problem: Dual Display Fedora/LXDE duplicates icons on both displays (on a Dell with a dual head video card). If I try to fix, by deleting icon on 2nd display, it deletes also on the primary display.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): 18
How reproducible: Wish i knew how to duplicate it, but suffice to say, All i did was the basics, loaded Fedora, which defaulted to the GNOME graphical desktop (I'm not a fan, GNOME desktop, looks like a cross between Win7 and a Xbox360 concept, nice a decorative, but not handy for a power business user). So I switch to LXDE. I really like LXDE appearance, with controls looking a bit like WinXP/Win2000 in lower left.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Load fedora on this Dell 4550, Fedora defaults to a gnome desktop.
2.Turn on dual display with a dual head video card on this Dell 4550.
3.Switch from GNOME boot selection, to LXDE boot selection, and problem is there
Actual results: Desktop icons show on both displays
Expected results: Desktop icons should only be on primary display
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