Mikael Jansson (mailing lists) wrote: > Usage scenario: > Three monitors available, M1, M2, M3. M1 and M2 forms a wide monitor, > called D1 (Display 1). M3 is D2. I use D2 mainly on workspaces 1 > through 4, which is where I keep mail, web and IRC. D1 is for > development, where I need to see output, debugger, documentation and > the actual code at the same time. I usually use it with workspaces 5 > through 8. If I happen to activate workspaces 5 through 8 on D2 (low- > res), I'll have a large virtual desktop I can use the mouse to pan in. > On the other hand, if I use D1 on workspaces 1 through 4, only one of > the monitors will be active (at least that's the naive solution.) > > Is this what you guys had in mind, as well? Very much yes. I have told you, you can have "Displays" that can span multiple monitors and you can map/associate workspaces though/to "Displays" just like you said. However, as I told you the default behavior is for every "Display" to have 32 Workspaces available. Adi.