Another thing that I do is I reboot my Linux Mint on a Sunday and add a RAMDRIVE and copy my MT4 over to it and run it from there.
As the 4 screens are displayed all at once I never have to change any of the screens. I only need to click on the selected screen then run a BUY, SELL or CLOSE script.
If you want to try the RAMDRIVE on your version of Linux just type in the following into your terminal.
sudo mkdir /tmp/RamDisk; chmod 777 /tmp/RamDisk
sudo mount -t tmpfs -o size=2048M tmpfs /tmp/RamDisk/
Then just copy your MT4 folder into tmp/RamDisk and run it from there.
All the best
PS Re the four screens, On the top left screen I run Borders indy plus PIP$ indy ( the Pip$ indy will only show correct on Indices)