Ubuntu Multi-Monitor Tweaks (Full Screen Flash Fixes, Span Wallpaper Across Monitors, More)

If you are using a multi-monitor setup in Ubuntu, here are a few tips which should help you fix some annoyances, like:get full screen flash videos to be displayed on any monitorget flash videos to remain full screen while working in the other desktopa tweak to move windows to a different display using keyboard shortcutshow to extend the wallpaper across monitors or use a different wallpaper for each monitorMove window to a specific display using a keyboard shortcutUbuntu (with Compiz/Unity) lets you move a window to a specific virtual desktop using keyboard shortcuts, but by default, this doesn’t work if you want to move a window to a specific monitor.There is, however, an easy way of easily moving windows to a specific display using keyboard shortcuts so here’s what you must do.Firstly, install CCSM if it’s not already installed:sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-managerThen open CompizConfig Settings Manager, search for the “Put” plugin (it’s under Window Management) and enable it. Then, click the plugin so we can change some of its settings.On the “Bindings” tab, click on “Disabled” next to the “Put to Next Output” keyboard shortcut, check the “Enabled” box and then assign it a key combination that’s not already in

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