[Digikam-users] Any intention of a digikam multi-minitor-mode?

Jürgen Karbach HJKarbach at gmx.de
Fri Mar 22 14:14:58 GMT 2013


as you didn't explicate in detail, i assume you using the KDE4 standard tool "Size 
& Orientation" at system preferences / Hardware / Display and Monitor (kRandR).

I've found a different tool, called kScreen. for OpenSuse-Users there is a rpm at 
Even as 1-Klick-Install.

Even it's still at beginning of developement, it's running very stable.(Quick test 
with my notebook and a LCD-TV connected by VGA)

You can take a look at

http://vimeo.com/56296943 (presentation)

http://vimeo.com/58253613 (Settings)

Jürgen Karbach

Am 27. Februar 2013, 16:02:44 schrieb Gilles Caulier:

You need... nothing. All work already as you need. Just move digiKam window on 
screen that you want.

Note : i use KDE desktop on my computer...

Gilles Caulier 

2013/2/27 H. Jürgen <HJKarbach at gmx.de[1]>

Thank you!

That's exactly, what I'm looking for.

Where can I learn more about it?Do I need a list of window names?And which tool 
is needed?

Am Mittwoch, 27. Februar 2013, 15:08:12 schrieb Gilles Caulier:

I work with dual screen under Linux, and take panorama picture. digiKam work on 
both screen, as you have described. This is a reason why each digiKam tools use 
a separate window (LT, BQM, IE, ALBUMUI, IMPORTUI, etc...) 


Gilles Caulier

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