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Solved Dual monitor and all activities activation.

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I'm a huge fan of the stock GNOME desktop and absolutely love the "Activies Overview" accessed by pressing the super key. Sometimes I have up to six desktops open and I can see everything I'm working on or playing with. Recently I added an extra monitor to do some work which required I see more at once. Wish I'd done it sooner! Anyway, Now when I press the super key to access the activities overview I can only see the open windows on the second monitor on the current selected desktop. Is there a setting or way of seeing absolutely everything on all desktops and both monitors when pressing super?
 

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Yeah, something exactly like that. :)
I don't know why I'm surprised, but it works perfectly and the settings were spot on by default.
 

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