Well, this is my first OP topic here. Yes, I'm also "new" to Linux (I've used several distros on and off for years, but now I'm sticking to it, and Zorin OS is a big help on achieving this).
I'm enjoying running Zorin Pro, with the Appearance similar to Windows 10 (horizontal taksbar, stacked to the left with traybar icons to the right).
I'm running a bunch of Gnome extensions and they sit nicely on my taskbar, stacked to the right.
I've unsuccessfully tried to find a way to send the traybar icons to my second monitor (to my right) so I can enjoy more real state in the taskbar on my first (primary) monitor (to my left). Using the Taskbar Settings on Zorin, I can duplicate the OS tray icons (Desktop button, Date menu, and System menu) in my second monitor, but I can only toggle visibility of the Right box or Center box on my first monitor. I would like to send all of them to my second monitor.
Anyone knows how to tame this?