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Old 10-21-2001
Question Transfering a window to another screen

Dear Experts
I am using a workstatin with two screens and its OS is solaris 8. I wish to trnsfer some application windows from one screen to another one without need to closing the window and open it from other screen.
Please advise
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Reza
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Old 10-22-2001
Click on the top left of the window, then choose 'occupy workspace' and choose the window you like
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Old 10-22-2001
I hope you can do this even by right clicking at the top of the window and clicking "occupy workspace" and select the required one. This works in Hp-Unix.

Good Luck.Smilie
sskb
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Old 10-23-2001
Thanks a lot every body
I am using two monitors(screens), and my question was how to transfer windows between monitors and I can see only workspaces of the same monitor on each one. So for example if you are in the second screen(monitor) you can see only second monitor(screen) workspaces.
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Reza
 

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