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    OlDirty commented  · 

    Same here. But you can also just unplug the dock and plug it in again. Same effect.

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    OlDirty commented  · 

    3 points for this idea. I want to turn off a screen e.g. after work, when I don't need two external displays anymore, to save energy costs.
    Simply pressing the power button on the monitor will result in the display still being recognized and the mouse pointer will still travel over that screen.

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