I believe you can do this via Terminal with the following command: gsettings set org.gnome.mutter workspaces-only-on-primary false I cannot test this right now (the work machines are stock Ubuntu), but this generally the solution with Gnome-based desktops.


You totally ruined my dual monitor setup for me because I immediately noticed the same issue after reading your question. In my setup, this might be related to the proprietary NVidia drivers and the different resolutions of the monitors. I found the easiest way to fix this is by using ARandR. The best tool to apply this configuration whenever connected to ...

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