from the livecd: upon login, on the laptop display the task bar is missing and the menubar doesn't stretch to the whole screen width. On the external DVI both are fine. The video isn't really cloned.
With the GNOME display applet, both displays are labeled as 'LG 24"' and the laptop display shows as being mostly covered by the DVI in the arrange applet. I would estimate that the amount of laptop display sticking out the right side, from under the DVI display, is the same percentage of its total that the menubar doesn't stretch all the way across (maybe 15% or so in both cases). Could just be correlated, I'm sure.
If I rearrange by hand, the labels update correctly and it seems to do a spanned desktop (xrandr ran?).
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screenshot, in case that helps
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Created attachment 338197 [details]
only one X server running.
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I no longer have this hardware, so unable to test again.
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