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  1. #1
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    accessing running screens

    Hey I'm loving F27. I wonder however with three monitors I must travel all the way across three 32 inch monitors to the upper left corner of the left most monitor to expose the programs running so I bring the one I want forward.
    Is there something that will allow me to bring some screen to front that I can click on and possibly docks to bottom of screen?
    I may be unaware of a feature or add on.

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    Re: accessing running screens

    If you decide to try Xfce as a GUI, you can have a task bar in each monitor, anywhere you want them, which can then be told to only display buttons pertaining to the apps running only on that monitor. I know cuz I do.
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  3. #3
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    Re: accessing running screens

    I installed Xfce and I read that I can choose which I use the next login.
    I'll give that a try. It is awkward to get to the programs when they are full screen.
    Thanks

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