Originally Posted by am2020
So for now, I can use Beryl and lose 1 monitor... or use 3 monitors without fancy 3D effects. Lose-lose situation for me.
Sorry, but the patch above won't solve your problem!
However, i just did a
find beryl -name "*.c" | xargs grep XRR
on the beryl source tree and it seems that XRR is actually
only used to query the refresh rate of connected displays
and to notify the windowmanager when a display has been
attached or detached.
So i guess you could easily get rid of Xrandr in Beryl.