Regardless, I only said this in regards to this one option. You shouldnt need to constantly move windows around. The window manager should handle that for you. If it doesnt then either the WM should be fixed or you may have a unique workflow which should be investigated. The devs should be flexible, but I think we should also expect the users to be so as well. All too often I see peoppe complaining about software they know nothing about (ie., havent tried it or given it a true effort). Ive also seen users and devs with legitimate complaints get nowhere b/c of developer obstinence.
Proper tiling support would be even better, so I don't have to bother any more.
For example the laptop screen is awful to read text on 1920x1080, I tend to use 1440x900 instead and its still small.
LVDS -> 1. workspace always a shell maximized, 2. workspace optional
DVI -> is fixed, no workspaces, where I usually read, like webbrowser, irc, textbooks etc. or park windows to compare the text with stuff on the laptop
Now if I open for example gummi on the 2. workspace LVDS and a textbook on the external monitor to read. Then I want to put up a video and start totem, move it to workspace 3 on the LVDS.
Better example (I played around with DDO), start 'wine pylotro.exe' in the shell on workspace 1 to see the error output, move the wine application onto workspace 3 or something.
Or if you open a file (e.g. with document viewer) in the file manager and then move the application onto another workspace (or the external monitor)
What I need the mouse for is moving windows onto the external monitor unfortunately.
p.s. I know of the extension but this is useless, if you still have to klick stuff to get the windows sorted. I mean more like awesome, xmonad etc.