Description of problem:
I have a dual display arrangement for my Fedora 12 Linux box. The two monitors are, from left to right, a 1600x1200 one (in Portrait mode), and a 1920x1200 one (in Landscape mode). The desktop geometry is correctly reported as 3120x1600 (3120 is 1200+1920, and the left monitor supplies the largest y displacement of 1600). However, the work area is reported as 3120x1148 (there are two top panels and two bottom panels, one on each monitor, which is why 26 pix are removed vertically twice).
The main consequence is that no icons may be placed in the lower part of the left-hand display. Windows are not affected.
I have absolutely no clue as to which component is responsible.
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