I have two monitors attached to my Nvidia graphics card.
Every time I start KDE the system sets my left monitor as "clone of" my right monitor. Even after I change the settings and select "Save as Default"
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start the system
2. Log into KDE
3. Start "System Settings"
4. Select "Display and Monitor"
5. Mouse to "DVI-I-2 (Connected)
6. Select "Position", click the drop-down menu
7. Change box from "Clone of" to "Left of"
8. Click "Apply"'
9. Click "Accept Current Configuration"
10. Select "Save as Default"'
11. Revoot the Computer
12. Log into KDE
KDE logs on with my Left monitor being a "Clone of" my right monitor.
KDE should log on with the same settings I just "Saved as Default". My left monitor should be "Left of" my right monitor.
VGA compatible controller : nVidia Corporation NV41 [Quadro FX 3450/4000 SDI]
I am using the nouveau driver.
I don't have to reboot for this to happen.
Logging out of KDE, and logging back is sufficient to recreate the bug.
This bug is already reported on Red Hat Bugzilla and the KDE Bugzilla, please see #766545 for more details.
Thank you for reporting.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 766545 ***