Re: Move Gnome-Shell's top panel to another monitor?

It didn't work for me as expected, so I just disabled the screen that had the menu bar and re-enabled it. 

If you just go for that, it is all right, but if you move a screen, won't be able to move the bar till you get out and come into the menu once more.

Javier Domingo

2012/11/19 Gabriel Rossetti <gabriel rossetti trafigura com>

Hi Denis,


That is cool, thanks!!




From: gnome-shell-list-bounces gnome org [mailto:gnome-shell-list-bounces gnome org] On Behalf Of Denis Tukalenko
Sent: 19 November 2012 10:07
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Subject: Re: Move Gnome-Shell's top panel to another monitor?


Hi Gabriel

Go to Settings > Displays. You'll see two display previews. Simply drag black panel from one display preview to another.


On 11/19/2012 11:50 AM, Gabriel Rossetti wrote:



I have a dual monitor setup and would like to move the top panel in Gnome Shell to another monitor. How can I do this? I tried swapping the cables but that didn’t work for some reason.







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