I've just updated to F10 and I'm experiencing problems with XFCE.
I have laptop (some dell with screen at 1440x900) and LCD monitor 22" with 1680x1050. In fedora 9 i was using this small script to switch off lcd monitor and turn on my big lcd (1680x1050) - this is how i like it when i work at home. here's the code:
xrandr --output LVDS --off --output VGA --mode 1680x1050
xrandr is very useful, isn't it? :-)
But in F10 xfce has some problem with this. After running command mentioned above, my laptop's LCD turns off and my big lcd 22" turns on with 1680x1050, but if I try to maximize window it "maximizes" to 1440x900. It seems XFCE has some odd problem, that it doesn't recognize correct resolution after resolution change. Another thing I noted while you're moving windows in xfce, it docks moved window to edges (so its easier to put window in some corner or so). In this situation, after changing resolution as I described above, windows are docked to some "edges" which are located at 1440 and 900, so it uses edges from previous (laptop lcd's resolution).
Can someone confirm this (or similar sitation?) or its just my wrong settings? I checked my xorg.xonf after update and it has not changed. I think I don't need to provide any special settings from my system here, this must work with every settings I think.
I use Fedora 10 32bit.
xfce and tools in version 4.4.3-1.fc10.i386
Thanks in advance.