Gerhard den Hollander
gerhard at jasongeo.com
Wed Mar 5 08:36:10 GMT 2003
* Steven Whatley <swhatley at hal-pc.org> (Tue, Mar 04, 2003 at 08:59:00PM -0600)
> I'm just getting started using KDE but I've used many other X based window
> managers on various UNIX (non Linux) platforms. This is my first time to
> use dualhead with non-MS Windows system. I've got my XFree86 set up to
> support independent resolutions but still behaves like one desktop (i.e.
> I can move windows back and forth).
In that case, you can only have one screensaver.
the xscreensaver works by taking a new window the size of the screen/desktop
puts it ontop of all other windows ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
then starts running whatever screensaver program you choose in that window.
> I have noticed the screensaver treats two screens as one stretched desktop
> so the screen savers start split between both screens. Is there a way to
> to run a separate screensaver on each screen?
No easy way.
Currently listening to: Roger Waters - What God Wants, Part 1
Gerhard, <@jasongeo.com> == The Acoustic Motorbiker ==
__O If your watch is wound, wound to run, it will
=`\<, If your time is due, due to come, it will
(=)/(=) Living this life, is like trying to learn latin
in a chines firedrill
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