First of all I want to thank you all for putting this much effort in making an interface which is really pleasant to work with. It’s because of beryl I started to use linux so thumbs up for all the developers..
Back to my request:
After a couple of weeks playing and struggling with compiz-fusion and beryl I was missing a fairly straightforward multi monitor option for the desktop cube.
I think it would be great to have the ability to have one cube with multiple views on different monitors.
To clarify this a little. I want to be able to have for example an 8 side desktop cube and the ability to rotate this cube on each monitor individually. This way I would be able to show all the desktops on all monitors and it would even mean that I would be able to clone the desktop on all monitors by rotating to the same desktop (For presentations with a beamer as another viewport for example).
The cube will be the same as on a single monitor pc and the second or third monitor will just add another viewport to the same cube.
Dragging windows between monitors will move the window to the view which will be active on the specific screen your are dragging too, except when it’s the same desktop or when the end of all viewports is reached. In this case the cube will have to rotate the same way as it does right now.
I think this would really enhance the use of multiple desktops on multi monitors and would make life using compiz-fusion it bit easier, more enjoyable and will add much more value in using more monitors in a multiple desktop environment.
If this is allready possible and I just wasn’t able to figure out how, could someone please clarify it for me?
M. van Workum