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Workspaces cover all monitors. Some window managers have very flexible notions of workspaces and let you program pretty much whatever you want (Awesome, Sawfish), but even there I think you'd have to write some code to express this in terms of workspaces. What you can do in many window managers is to make a window sticky across workspaces. This means that ...


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Looks like Gnome doesn't have this feature by default. However I use a Python software called Wallpapoz. It's not fast. It takes some time for the wallpaper to change. http://vajrasky.wordpress.com/wallpapoz https://vajrasky.wordpress.com/



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