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changing window placement behavior


I've done my 15 minutes of googling around and I can't find anything 
obvious to help solve my problem. When a window opens up, it does so on 
the upper left corner of my dual monitor system. I have a track ball 
mouse which means I have to spin the track ball all the way over to the 
left to grab it, to pull it back over to the right monitor, which is my 
main monitor. I would like to have the window pop open attached to my 
mouse so that I can then place it where ever I like. Is there a way to 
configure this in Gnome?

Thanks. Steve.

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