And the final xRandR brings a thing of beauty on two screens. No panning, and one can guess which one is LVDS1 (or the laptop screen), and where the laptop screen ends. Now try to imagine the monitor on the right, being this huge thing weighing down on a desk jutting out on flimsy supports:
Now go fullscreen with chromium and the glare lights up the room. I suppose Mediterranean Nights or lo contrast GTK themes are more suitable for nighttime work. There is one guy testing these extreme cases, though not from a checklist, and certainly not in a lab.
And he would make a mental note of his report. Everything is functioning perfectly, with two screens acting as one. No problems found years ago on a discrete nvidia graphics card; certainly no new problems reported using onboard Intel.
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