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[Bug 1002641] Re: after upgrade to 12.04 amd64 Gnome Classic not properly draw second screen


Now that I have 12.04 Gnome Classic (fallback) working reasonably well
on screen0, I thought I would try screen1 again.

Updated the computer.

Opened Nvidia settings, changed screen1 from disabled to separate x
screen, applied, saved the xorg.conf file, logged out (ctrl-alt-del).

Logged in. screen0 now has some duplicated icons in panel. screen1
flashes the wallpaper, the turn pure white with a empty white panel at
the top.  Icons from earlier folder creations test are still there. I
can create a new folder on screen1 using right mouse.  Crtl-alt-del on
screen1 opens a terminal on screen0.   Disk mounter applet keeps failing
and asked "remove?".

Used nvidia settings to disable screen1, applied, saved the xorg.conf
file and restarted the computer.

After restart, screen0 has three added empty panels not there before.
One each stacked on the top and bottom, and one on the right  side.
Several panel icons are duplicated on the original panels, all on the
bottom and what appears to be the default on the top panel: menus,
system tray…

What is difficult to understand is how this anomalous behavior passed
testing and why it is given low importance as a bugs, since in my case
half of my work space is useless thereby?

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