Just did an upgrade to Update Pack 4 in LMDE, and instantly disliking the default gnome shell (or whatever it's called) I installed both Mate and Cinnamon to try them both out before deciding.
So far I'm checking out Cinnamon, and I don't know - maybe I'm the only one having this kind of setup, but something I can't wrap my head around is how I can move a window from one monitor to the other without dragging the top of it or without actually seeing the "source" monitor.
This function - that I'm used to have "pre-UP4" where it was enough to right-click (in the panel) on the program/window I wanted to move and just choose move to be able to drag it into view don't seem to exist in Cinnamon.
- Is that right, or have I missed something?
BTW - before anyone asks: I have two monitors connected to my computer. My "main" monitor standing on my desk, and a TV on the other side of a wall that I use for watching movies/tv-series. -as it is now - with Cinnamon throwing all kind of messages at me they seem to end up on the TV's desktop instead of on my main monitor making me feel like I do nothing but run between office/livingroom to check out/action things. "Pre-UP4" this wasn't a problem since I could drag any window I wanted, but now... It starts smelling like a dealbreaker.
So - any ideas? Would it be worth the effort to ask for this (seemingly) simple function to be added to a future release of Cinnamon, or am I the only one missing this?
Thanks in advance,