Version: unspecified (using KDE 4.6.0)
I have 2 monitors but sometimes i only connect one (when i leave my desk with the laptop).
My default setup (when the 2 monitors are connected) is LVDS1 below HDMI1 but this creates a problem when i leave my desk.
I disconnect HDMI1 and that screen goes black but i can still move windows there and the mouse is not limited to the upper boundary of LVDS1. There should be a way for me to tell the system that when only LVDS1 is connected, it should reconfigure itself as only LVDS1 at coords 0x0 instead of coords 0x1050 as it is now.
I think Mac OS X has a system like this.
related to Bug #249523
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