I'd adapt the default wall to dual. Would you use it?
For the desktop panel:1. one panel per monitor, configured separately2. one panel exending to the external monitor3. one panel staying on main monitor, no panel on the external one4. one panel exending to the external monitor, but have the most important panel applets on the main monitor, and the rest on the external monitor5. Other possibilities...I prefer the option 3, because if I'm doing an theater presentation that uses a projector, I don't want any possibility to the audience to see the panel. But should be possible to decide between 2 and 3For the desktop icons manager, options are:1. icons on main monitor only.2. some icons on main monitor, others on the external monitors. (Then how to handle icon rearrangement when the external monitor is disconnected?)3. others...I don't really care with those two options... But I would be happy if I could have LxLauncher on one monitor, and a normal wallpaper with normal icons on the other monitor. =DFor wallpaper:1. one wallpaper per monitor2. one wallpaper extending to all monitors3. others...Although is hard to find an extended wallpaper, the "2" is the prettiest =]Atenciosamente,Gabriel Salles
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