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DisplayFusion Advanced Settings

DisplayFusion Advanced Settings

Warning: These settings should generally not be used, unless you require the functionality they provide. These can be configured in the DisplayFusion Settings window, by clicking the "Advanced Settings" button.

If you need any help with these advanced settings, please contact us.

Admin: Per-Machine License Key

Key:HKLM\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\LicenseKey
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A valid license key
Default:blank
Versions:3.3.0+
When this registry value is set (in HKLM) with a valid license key, this key overrides any value the user enters. You can use this setting to easily deploy and enforce license keys on many machines when you have a site license key. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Alt+Tab: Aero Peek Delay (ms)

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\AltTabAeroPeekDelayMS
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A number between 100 and 60000
Default:750
Versions:6.0.0+
This controls how fast the Alt+Tab handler will activate Aero Peek for a window preview. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Alt+Tab: Hide Windows Metro Apps from Alt+Tab

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\AltTabHideMetroApps
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Metro Apps will be shown (default)
1: Metro Apps will be hidden
Versions:6.0.0+
This will force DisplayFusion to ignore Metro apps in its Alt+Tab handler.

Application Hooks: Disable Application Hooks

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\ApplicationHooksDisabled
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Application hooks are enabled (default)
1: Application hooks are disabled
Versions:3.3.0+
This setting is used to disable the global application hooks. This setting should rarely be used, as many DisplayFusion features depend on it. Only disable the application hooks if you are running into compatibility issues and you are troubleshooting. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Application Hooks: Override Application Hook for x64

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\AppHookOverride64
Type:REG_SZ
Values:Path to the Hook DLL
Default:Auto-detected
Versions:5.1.0+
Use this setting to force DisplayFusion to use a custom Application Hook DLL file for testing purposes. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Application Hooks: Override Application Hook for x86

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\AppHookOverride32
Type:REG_SZ
Values:Path to the Hook DLL
Default:Auto-detected
Versions:5.1.0+
Use this setting to force DisplayFusion to use a custom Application Hook DLL file for testing purposes. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Application Hooks: Pause Global Hooks on Full Screen

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\SystemHooksPauseFullScreenOverride
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Application hooks will not be paused (default)
1: Application hooks will be paused
Versions:3.1.8+
When this setting is set to 0, DisplayFusion will pause the global hooks when it detects a full screen application. Using this override can have negative results, so it is highly recommended that you use the setting in the Compatibility tab instead to control this on a per-application basis. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Debug Logging: Logging Advanced Mode

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\LogDebugAdvanced
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Advanced debug logging is disabled (default)
1: Advanced debug logging is enabled
Versions:3.4.1+
Enable this setting along with "Debug Logging" to provide more detailed debug logs. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Debug Logging: Logging Disable Buffer

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\LogDisableBuffer
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Logging will be buffered (default)
1: Logging will not be buffered
Versions:6.0.1+
This will force DisplayFusion to never buffer the log output. This will slow down DisplayFusion quite a bit, but is useful for troubleshooting crashing issues. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Debug Logging: Logging Trace Mode

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\LogDebugTrace
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Trace debug logging is disabled (default)
1: Trace debug logging is enabled
Versions:5.0.0+
Enable this setting along with "Debug Logging" to provide more detailed debug logs.

Desktop Icons: Don't Show Confirmation when Loading

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\DesktopIconsLoadConfirmDisabled
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Confirmation will be shown when loading a profile (default)
1: No confirmation will be shown when loading a profile
Versions:4.0.0+
When this setting is enabled, you won't be prompted when loading a desktop icons profile.

Desktop Icons: Don't Show Overwrite Confirmation when Saving

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\DesktopIconsSaveOverwriteConfirmDisabled
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Overwrite confirmation will be shown when saving a profile (default)
1: No overwrite confirmation will be shown when saving a profile
Versions:4.0.0+
When this setting is enabled, you won't be prompted to overwrite and existing desktop icons profile.

Desktop Icons: Don't Show Success Notification when Saving

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\DesktopIconsSaveSuccessConfirmDisabled
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Confirmation will be shown when saving a profile (default)
1: No confirmation will be shown when saving a profile
Versions:4.0.0+
When this setting is enabled, you won't receive the "Profile saved successfully" confirmation.

General: Backup Settings Path Override

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\BackupSettingsPath
Type:REG_SZ
Values:Path for Settings Backups
Default:Auto-detected
Versions:6.0.0+
Use this setting to force DisplayFusion to store it's settings backups in a custom folder.

General: Disable Sound Effects

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\DisableSoundEffects
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Sound effects will be enabled (default)
1: Sound effects will be disabled
Versions:5.1.0+
Use this setting to disable the sound effects that are played when you toggle a DisplayFusion setting using a HotKey, or any other general sound effects that DisplayFusion might play.

General: Don't Check nVidia Processes

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\NVidiaProcessesCheckDisabled
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: DisplayFusion will prompt you to disable the nVidia processes if needed (default)
1: DisplayFusion won't prompt you to disable the nVidia processes
Versions:6.0.0+
The newer nVidia drivers have helper processes that are unnecessary while DisplayFusion is running, and can cause issues with DisplayFusion Monitor Splitting.

General: Don't Show Error Messages for HotKey Bind Failures

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\DisableHotKeyBindErrorMessage
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: An error message will be shown when a HotKey bind fails (default)
1: No error message will be shown when a HotKey bind fails
Versions:5.1.1+
This will force DisplayFusion to never show a message when a HotKey bind fails. This is not recommended for most people.

General: Don't Show Tray Icon Notification Balloons

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TrayIconBalloonsDisabled
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Tray icon notification balloons will be shown (default)
1: No tray icon notification balloons will be shown
Versions:4.0.0+
When this setting is enabled, DisplayFusion will never show any tray icon notification balloons.

General: Font Scaling Force X

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\FontScaleForceX
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A font scaling value from 0.1 to 5.0
Default:Auto-detected
Versions:5.1.0+
Use this setting to force DisplayFusion to use a specific font scaling value for horizontal scaling. Specify a value from 0.1 to 5.0, with 1.0 being normal size and 2.0 being double size. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

General: Font Scaling Force Y

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\FontScaleForceY
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A font scaling value from 0.1 to 5.0
Default:Auto-detected
Versions:5.1.0+
Use this setting to force DisplayFusion to use a specific font scaling value for vertical scaling. Specify a value from 0.1 to 5.0, with 1.0 being normal size and 2.0 being double size. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

General: Force Processes to be Launched Internally

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\ForceInternalProcessLaunch
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Processes will be launched using the external launcher (default)
1: Processes will bypass the external launcher
Versions:4.2.0+
When this setting is enabled, DisplayFusion will not use it's external process launcher. Enable this setting if you are having launching programs from DisplayFusion.

General: Force Processor Affinity (all CPUs)

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\ProcessorAffinityAll
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Auto-detect the best value (default)
1: Force DisplayFusion to run on all CPU cores
Versions:6.0.0+
This setting is used to force DisplayFusion to run on all CPU cores. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

General: Force Processor Affinity (single core)

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\ProcessorAffinitySingleCore
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Auto-detect the best value (default)
1: Force DisplayFusion to run on a single CPU core
Versions:6.0.0+
This setting is used to force DisplayFusion to run on a single CPU core. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

General: Hide System Tray Icon

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\HideTrayIcon
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: System tray icon is visible (default)
1: System tray icon is hidden
Versions:3.4.0+
When this setting is set to a value of 1, DisplayFusion will not add an icon to the system tray. You can access the DisplayFusion features via the Start Menu or desktop context menu items (if enabled). DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

General: Ignore Full Screen Windows

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\IgnoreFullScreenWindows
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Full Screen windows are detected (default)
1: Full Screen windows are ignored
Versions:3.4.1+
Enabling this setting will cause DisplayFusion to ignore all full screen windows. Any settings that depend on full screen window detection (like the "Pause wallpaper changes when full screen window detected" setting) won't work anymore. This setting is useful if you have an application that detects as full screen and is causing issues for you.

General: Ignore Monitors

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\MonitorsIgnoreFunctions
Type:REG_SZ
Values:Comma separated list of monitor ID's (ex: "2, 4, 3, 1")
Default:blank
Versions:4.2.0+
This setting causes DisplayFusion to ignore the specified monitors for things like "move to next monitor".

General: Memory Trim

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\MemoryTrimEnabled
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Memory trimming is disabled (default)
1: Memory trimming is enabled
Versions:4.0.1+
DisplayFusion can appear to use more memory than it actually is in Task Manager. To force DisplayFusion to more aggressively trim it's memory just enable this setting. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

General: Monitor Order

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\MonitorsForceOrder
Type:REG_SZ
Values:Comma separated list of monitor ID's (ex: "2, 4, 3, 1")
Default:Auto-detected
Versions:3.1.7+
This setting is used to force DisplayFusion to treat your monitors in a specific order when using the "Move to Next Monitor" or "Move to Previous Monitor" HotKeys. By default, DisplayFusion will auto-detect the arrangement, but in certain situations it may be beneficial to manually specify the order. Just use a comma separated list of your monitor ID's (ex: "2, 4, 3, 1"). DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

General: Mouse Cursor Lock to Monitor: Change Bottom

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\MouseLockMonitorChangeBottom
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A number between -5000 and 5000
Default:0
Versions:5.1.0+
This setting is used to control the bottom side of the Mouse Lock region when locking to a Monitor. Specify a negative number to shrink the lock area, or a positive number to expand the lock area.

General: Mouse Cursor Lock to Monitor: Change Left

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\MouseLockMonitorChangeLeft
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A number between -5000 and 5000
Default:0
Versions:5.1.0+
This setting is used to control the left side of the Mouse Lock region when locking to a Monitor. Specify a negative number to shrink the lock area, or a positive number to expand the lock area.

General: Mouse Cursor Lock to Monitor: Change Right

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\MouseLockMonitorChangeRight
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A number between -5000 and 5000
Default:0
Versions:5.1.0+
This setting is used to control the right side of the Mouse Lock region when locking to a Monitor. Specify a negative number to shrink the lock area, or a positive number to expand the lock area.

General: Mouse Cursor Lock to Monitor: Change Top

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\MouseLockMonitorChangeTop
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A number between -5000 and 5000
Default:0
Versions:5.1.0+
This setting is used to control the top side of the Mouse Lock region when locking to a Monitor. Specify a negative number to shrink the lock area, or a positive number to expand the lock area.

General: Mouse Cursor Lock to Window: Change Bottom

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\MouseLockWindowChangeBottom
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A number between -5000 and 5000
Default:0
Versions:5.1.0+
This setting is used to control the bottom side of the Mouse Lock region when locking to a Window. Specify a negative number to shrink the lock area, or a positive number to expand the lock area.

General: Mouse Cursor Lock to Window: Change Left

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\MouseLockWindowChangeLeft
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A number between -5000 and 5000
Default:0
Versions:5.1.0+
This setting is used to control the left side of the Mouse Lock region when locking to a Window. Specify a negative number to shrink the lock area, or a positive number to expand the lock area.

General: Mouse Cursor Lock to Window: Change Right

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\MouseLockWindowChangeRight
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A number between -5000 and 5000
Default:0
Versions:5.1.0+
This setting is used to control the right side of the Mouse Lock region when locking to a Window. Specify a negative number to shrink the lock area, or a positive number to expand the lock area.

General: Mouse Cursor Lock to Window: Change Top

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\MouseLockWindowChangeTop
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A number between -5000 and 5000
Default:0
Versions:5.1.0+
This setting is used to control the top side of the Mouse Lock region when locking to a Window. Specify a negative number to shrink the lock area, or a positive number to expand the lock area.

General: Run as a High Priority Process

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\ProcessHighPriority
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Will run as a normal priority process (default)
1: Will run as a high priority process
Versions:3.3.0+
The setting forces DisplayFusion to run as a high priority process, instead of normal priority. This will cause the system to give DisplayFusion a higher priority and may help with performance issues on some systems. If both the low and high priority advanced settings are set, the high priority setting will override the low priority setting. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

General: Run as a Low Priority Process

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\ProcessLowPriority
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Will run as a normal priority process (default)
1: Will run as a low priority process
Versions:3.4.0+
The setting forces DisplayFusion to run as a low priority process, instead of normal priority. This will cause the system to give DisplayFusion less CPU time and will free up more CPU time for other applications running on the system. If both the low and high priority advanced settings are set, the high priority setting will override the low priority setting. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

General: Treat Top-Tab Browser Windows as Standard Windows

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TopTabBrowsersStandard
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Top-tab browser windows are treated specially (default)
1: Top-tab browsers are treated like normal windows
Versions:3.4.1+
When this setting is enabled, DisplayFusion won't give any special treatment to top-tab browser windows, like Firefox and Chrome. THis means that you'll be able to use DisplayFusion's middle-click move on the window, but it also means this may cause problems. Only enable this setting if you are using an older version of the browsers that don't have top-tabs.

General: Use /N instead of /E when Opening Windows Explorer Folders

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\ExplorerUseSlashN
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: DisplayFusion will use /e to open folder windows (default)
1: DisplayFusion will use /n to open folder windows
Versions:5.1.1+
By default DisplayFusion uses /e to open Windows Explorer folder windows, this will force DisplayFusion to use /n instead.

General: Window Highlight Border Size

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\WindowHighlightBorderSize
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A number between 1 and 50
Default:5
Versions:4.1.0+
Use this setting to adjust the Window Highlight border size. The default is 5px, but you can increase this up to 50px if needed.

Languages: Force Load Language Files with Errors

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\ForceLoadLanguageFiles
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Don't allow language files with errors to be loaded (default)
1: Load language files with errors and replace missing text
Versions:4.0.0+
When this setting is enabled, DisplayFusion will load invalid language files and replace missing text with "xxx". DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Languages: Show Language File Errors

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\ShowLanguageErrors
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Language errors are not shown (default)
1: Language errors are shown
Versions:3.0.5+
When this setting is enabled it will show a MessageBox with any language file errors for easy troubleshooting. This setting is for people who are working on language file translations. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Mirroring: Force Mirroring to use Classic Polling Method

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\MirroringForceClassicMethod
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Mirroring will auto-detect the best method to use (default)
1: Mirroring will use the classic polling method
Versions:5.1.0+
Use this setting to force the mirroring function to use the classic polling-style method, instead of the newer DWM rendering method.

Monitor Configuration: Don't Show Confirm Prompt

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\MonitorConfigDontShowConfirmPrompt
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Confirmation prompts are shown (default)
1: Confirmation prompts are not shown
Versions:3.4.1+
This setting prevents DisplayFusion from showing the "Confirm" or "Revert" prompt after applying a new Monitor Configuration or loading a Monitor Profile. Enabling this setting is NOT recommended. If you set an invalid monitor configuration while this setting is enabled you will need to reboot to correct it.

Monitor Configuration: Don't Show Live Monitor Preview

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\MonitorConfigDontShowLivePreview
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Live previews will be enabled (default)
1: Live previews will be disabled
Versions:6.0.0+
Use this setting to disable the live monitor previews in the Monitor Configuration window.

Monitor Configuration: Use Classic Monitor Get/Set Functions

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\MonitorConfigUseClassicFunctions
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: DisplayFusion will auto-detect the best functions to use (default)
1: DisplayFusion will use the classic functions
Versions:5.1.1+
This setting forces DisplayFusion to use the older Windows XP-style monitor functions. This is not recommended unless you're having an issue that you're trying to troubleshoot. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Taskbar: Always Show Preview Window Text

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsAlwaysShowPreviewWindowText
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Window text will be shown depending on taskbar setting (default)
1: Window text will always be shown in preview
Versions:3.4.1+
This setting forces DisplayFusion to always show the window title text when using the Windows 7-style taskbar thumbnail previews. By default, the title text is hidden when grouping is disabled and the style is set to "Icons and Text".

Taskbar: Auto-Hide Animation

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsAutoHideAnimationDisabled
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Auto-hide animation is enabled (default)
1: Auto-hide animation is disabled
Versions:3.3.0+
This setting disables the taskbar auto-hide animations.

Taskbar: Button Dragging Icons

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsButtonDraggingIconsDisabled
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Button dragging icons are shown (default)
1: Button dragging icons are not shown
Versions:3.2.0+
This setting toggles the little dragging arrows that appear when dragging a DisplayFusion Taskbar button.

Taskbar: Clock Size

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\Taskbars\1, 2, 3, 4... etc
Type:REG_SZ
Values:The size in pixels of the Taskbar Clock for this Taskbar
Default:Auto-detected
Versions:3.2.0+
This is a per-Taskbar setting, so create the key with the number of the Taskbar you want to set. For example, for the Taskbar on monitor #2, create a key called "Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\Taskbars\2\ClockSize" and set the value to "100" for 100 pixels. This setting will only be applied to the DisplayFusion taskbars, not the standard Windows taskbar. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Taskbar: Clock Text

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsClockText
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A custom formatting string using the .NET datetime formatting codes
Default:Auto-detected
Versions:3.2.0+
This setting overrides the default clock text, which is the same as the Windows Clock text. If you are unfamiliar with the .NET datetime string formatting codes, you can use this guide (look at the "Dates" section):
String Formatting in C#

Do not include the { or } brackets shown in the guide when creating your clock formatting string.

You can also use some custom formatting strings:
Line Break:
Use \n to insert a line break and start a new line. There can only be 2 line breaks maximum in the text (for a total of 3 lines).

Show Week Number:
Use [Wxy] to show the current week number, filling in the "x" and "y" placeholders with this:

Replace the "x" with:
0: The first week of the year starts on the first day of the year and ends before the following designated first day of the week.
1: The first week of the year begins on the first occurrence of the designated first day of the week on or after the first day of the year.
2: The first week of the year is the first week with four or more days before the designated first day of the week.

Replace the "y" with:
0: Sunday, 1: Monday, 2: Tuesday, 3: Wednesday, 4: Thursday, 5: Friday, 6: Saturday

Examples:
[W00] to show the week number where the week begins January 1st
[W10] to show the week number where the week begins on a Sunday.
[W13] to show the week number where the week begins on a Wednesday.
[W22] to show the week number where the first week has 4 or more days before Tuesday.
[W24] to show the week number where the first week has 4 or more days before Thursday.

If you still need any assistance at all, please feel free to contact us.

Taskbar: Clock Text Colour

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsClockTextColour
Type:REG_SZ
Values:RGB value separated by commas (ex: "255, 0, 0" for the colour red)
Default:Auto-detected
Versions:4.0.1+
This setting forces the clock text colour on the DisplayFusion taskbars to the specified colour. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Taskbar: Clock Text Size

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsClockTextSize
Type:REG_SZ
Values:0 to 100
Default:Auto-detected
Versions:6.0.0+
Use this setting to force the taskbar clock text to be a certain font size. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Taskbar: Clock Time Zone

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\Taskbars\1, 2, 3, 4... etc
Type:REG_SZ
Values:The name of the Time Zone to use for this clock.
Default:Auto-detected
Versions:4.0.1+
This is a per-Taskbar setting, so create the key with the number of the Taskbar you want to set. For example, for the Taskbar on monitor #2, create a key called "Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\Taskbars\2\ClockTimeZone" and set the value to "Russian Standard Time" to use the local Russian time. This setting will only be applied to the DisplayFusion taskbars, not the standard Windows taskbar.

For a complete list of Time Zones available on your system, look at this registry key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Time Zones DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Taskbar: Clock ToolTip Text

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsClockTextToolTip
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A custom formatting string using the .NET datetime formatting codes
Default:Auto-detected
Versions:4.0.0+
This setting overrides the default clock tooltip text. Look at the "Clock Text" advanced setting for information on how to format this value.

Taskbar: Colour Tracking Override

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsColourTrackingRGB
Type:REG_SZ
Values:RGB value separated by commas (ex: "255, 0, 0" for the colour red)
Default:Auto-detected
Versions:3.1.7+
This setting overrides the default tracking colours used when highlighting a taskbar button in Windows 7. Specify an RGB value using comma separated values. Ex: "255, 0, 0" is red, "0, 0, 255" is blue. Each integer value can range from 0-255 to create any colour. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Taskbar: Disable Clock Hover Effect

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarDisableClockHoverEffect
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: The default hover effect will be shown (default)
1: No hover effect will be shown
Versions:6.0.0+
This setting forces DisplayFusion to not show a mouse-over hover effect for its Taskbar clocks.

Taskbar: Disable Touch Detection (makes some controls bigger)

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsDisableTouchDetection
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Touch detection will be enabled (default)
1: Touch detection will be disabled
Versions:5.1.0+
Use this setting to force DisplayFusion to ignore touch detection. If DisplayFusion detects that touch is enabled, it will make some controls larger (like the Show Desktop button). You can use this advanced setting to disable that. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Taskbar: Don't Force to Bottom when Screen Saver is Detected

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsDontForceBottomOnScreenSaver
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: The Taskbar will be allowed to go to the bottom (default)
1: The Taskbar will not be forced to the bottom
Versions:5.0.1+
Use this setting to force DisplayFusion to keep the Taskbar on-top when a Screen Saver is running.

Taskbar: Don't Load External Start Button Data

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsNoExternalStartButtonData
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: External start buttons will be loaded if needed (default)
1: External start buttons will be ignored
Versions:6.0.1+
This setting forces DisplayFusion to ignore any external start button images (Start8, StartIsBack... etc). DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Taskbar: Don't Load System Jump List Items

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsSystemJumpListsDisabled
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: System Jump List items will be loaded (default)
1: System Jump List items won't be loaded
Versions:5.0.0+
When this setting is enabled, DisplayFusion won't try to load the system Jump List items (recent, tasks... etc). If you are having problems with DisplayFusion crashing when a Jump List is trying to display, try enabling this setting.

Taskbar: Flashing Taskbar Buttons Flash Until Focused

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsFlashButtonForever
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Taskbar buttons blink to match the Windows taskbar (default)
1: Taskbar buttons blink until focused
Versions:5.0.0+
This setting causes the taskbar button in the DisplayFusion taskbar to keep blinking until the window receives focus (when it requires attention).

Taskbar: Flashing Taskbar Buttons Never Flash

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsFlashButtonNever
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Taskbar buttons will flash when needed (default)
1: Taskbar buttons will never flash
Versions:5.1.1+
This forces taskbar buttons to never flash.

Taskbar: Force Classic Style

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsForceClassicStyle
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Taskbars are rendered with auto-detected style (default)
1: Taskbars are rendered with classic style
Versions:3.4.1+
This setting forces DisplayFusion to draw the Taskbars using the Windows Classic style instead of the current theme. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Taskbar: Ignore Alternate Start Menus (Start8, Classic Shell, StartIsBack... etc)

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsIgnoreAltStartMenus
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Alternate Start Menus will be processed (default)
1: Alternate Start Menus will be ignored
Versions:5.0+
Use this setting to force DisplayFusion to ignore any alternate Start Menus, like Start8, Classic Shell, StartIsBack... etc.

Taskbar: Invoke Start Menu Using Click Instead of Windows Key

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsInvokeStartUsingClick
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Simulated Windows key press will be used (default)
1: Simulated mouse click will be used
Versions:5.0.1+
Use this setting to force DisplayFusion to "click" the Windows Start Button to invoke the Start Menu, instead of using a simulated Windows Key press.

Taskbar: Remove Hot Corner Padding (Win8)

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsRemoveGapWin8
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Hot Corner padding will be used (default)
1: Hot Corner padding will be removed
Versions:5.0.0+
This setting will remove the padding left for the Hot Corners. You should only enable this setting if you are disabling the Hot Corners in Windows 8. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Taskbar: Shortcut Size: Height

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsShortcutSizeY
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A number between 1 and 1000
Default:Auto-detected
Versions:4.0.1+
Use this setting to force the shortcuts/pinned items to be a specific size. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Taskbar: Shortcut Size: Width

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsShortcutSizeX
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A number between 1 and 1000
Default:Auto-detected
Versions:4.0.1+
Use this setting to force the shortcuts/pinned items to be a specific size. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Taskbar: Show Duplicate Taskbar Prompt (Win8)

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsShowDuplicateTaskbarPromptDisabled
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: If the Win8 Taskbar is detected, a prompt will be shown (default)
1: If the Win8 Taskbar is detected, no prompt will be shown
Versions:4.1.0+
Use this setting to force DisplayFusion to never prompt to disable the Windows 8 secondary Taskbar.

Taskbar: Show on All Monitors

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsAllMonitors
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Taskbars are shown on monitors without Windows taskbar (default)
1: Taskbars are shown on all monitors
Versions:3.0.5+
This setting forces DisplayFusion to create a taskbar on all monitors, even the monitor that has the Windows taskbar. This setting is used primarily for testing.

Taskbar: Start Button Scale

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsStartButtonScale
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A number between 0.1 and 10
Default:1.0
Versions:5.0+
Set this value to something less than 1 to shrink the Start Button, and use a value greater than 1 to expand the Start Button. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Taskbar: Taskbar Button Gap Size: Horizontal

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsButtonGapX
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A number between 1 and 100
Default:Auto-detected
Versions:3.1.9+
This setting overrides the auto-detected taskbar button gap size (the distance between the DisplayFusion taskbar buttons). DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Taskbar: Taskbar Shortcut Gap Size: Horizontal

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsShortcutGapX
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A number between 1 and 100
Default:Auto-detected
Versions:4.2.0+
This setting overrides the auto-detected taskbar shortcut gap size (the distance between the DisplayFusion shortcuts). DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Taskbar: Thumbnail Preview Animation

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsPreviewAnimationDisabled
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Thumbnail animation is enabled (default)
1: Thumbnail animation is disabled
Versions:3.1.7+
This setting is used to enable or disable the taskbar preview thumbnail's animation.

Taskbar: Thumbnail Preview Delay

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsPreviewDelay
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A number between 0 and 10000
Default:250
Versions:3.0.5+
This setting is used to set a delay before the taskbar preview thumbnails are shown. The value is in milliseconds: 1000ms = 1 second.

Taskbar: Thumbnail Preview Size

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsPreviewWidth
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A number between 20 and 750
Default:160
Versions:3.0.5+
This setting forces the DisplayFusion thumbnail window previews to be a specific size. This value sets the maximum width or height. For example, a value of 300 will force the preview window to be no bigger than 300x300, while maintaining the aspect ratio of the window.

Taskbar: Thumbnail Preview ToolTips

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsPreviewTooltipDisabled
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Taskbar Buttons and Thumbnail Previews have tooltips (default)
1: Taskbar Buttons and Thumbnail Previews don't have tooltips
Versions:3.0.5+
This setting controls whether DisplayFusion shows a tooltip for each taskbar button or thumbnail preview item.

Taskbar: Windows Key Opens Secondary Start Menu

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TaskbarsWindowsKeyStartMenuDisabled
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: DisplayFusion will open it's Start Menus when the Windows key is pressed (default)
1: DisplayFusion won't open it's Start Menus when the Windows key is pressed
Versions:3.3.1+
When this setting is set to 1 (disabled) DisplayFusion will ignore the Windows Key presses and won't try to open the Start Menu on the DisplayFusion Taskbars.

TitleBar Buttons: Button Offset: Horizontal

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TitleBarButtonX
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A number between -250 and 250
Default:0
Versions:3.1.6+
You can use this setting to manually adjust the horizontal offset of the TitleBar Buttons. A value of -20 will shift the buttons to the left 20 pixels, and a value of 20 will shift the buttons to the right 20 pixels. You can use any value you want between -250 and 250. The per-application Compatibility setting in DisplayFusion takes precedence over this global setting.

TitleBar Buttons: Button Offset: Vertical

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TitleBarButtonY
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A number between -250 and 250
Default:0
Versions:3.1.8+
You can use this setting to manually adjust the vertical offset of the TitleBar Buttons. A value of -20 will shift the buttons up 20 pixels, and a value of 20 will shift the buttons down 20 pixels. You can use any value you want between -250 and 250. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

TitleBar Buttons: Custom Button Background

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TitleBarButtonsBackgroundCustom
Type:REG_SZ
Values:An image filename, or the word "classic"
Default:Auto-detected
Versions:3.1.7+
You can use this setting to force DisplayFusion to use a specific image for the TitleBar Button background images. You need to specify the full page to the image (ex: "C:\images\mybuttons.png"). The image must contain 5 button images vertically stacked. You can use this TitleBar Button background template to get you started. Alternatively, you can just specify the word "classic" instead of a filename to force DisplayFusion to use the Windows classic mode buttons, instead of trying to auto-detect your theme's images. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

TitleBar Buttons: Don't Hide for Top-Tabs (Chrome, Firefox 4)

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TitleBarButtonsPerApplicationHidingDisabled
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: TitleBar Buttons are hidden when needed (default)
1: TitleBar Buttons are never hidden for top-tab browsers
Versions:3.3.1+
This setting will prevent DisplayFusion from hiding the TitleBar Buttons when there isn't enough room at the top of a Chrome or Firefox 4 window.

TitleBar Buttons: Don't use Aero TitleBar Button Positioning

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TitleBarButtonAeroPositioningDisabled
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Uses Aero (new) Windows functions (default)
1: Uses classic Windows functions only
Versions:3.3.0+
This setting will force DisplayFusion to not use the special TitleBar Button positioning functions available when using Windows Aero. If you are using font scaling and you notice that your TitleBar Buttons are positioned too far to the left, just set this setting to a value of "1" and restart DisplayFusion. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

TitleBar Buttons: Force Classic Style

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TitleBarButtonsForceClassicStyle
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: TitleBar Buttons are rendered with auto-detected style (default)
1: TitleBar Buttons are rendered with classic style
Versions:3.4.1+
This setting forces DisplayFusion to draw the TitleBar Buttons using the Windows Classic style instead of the current theme. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

TitleBar Buttons: Icon Offset: Horizontal

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TitleBarButtonsIconOffsetX
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A number between -50 and 50
Default:Auto-detected
Versions:5.1.0+
Use this setting to force the TitleBar Button icons (the pictures inside the buttons) to be offset by the specified amount. To move the icons left by 2 pixels, just use a value of -2 or use a positive value to move them right. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

TitleBar Buttons: Icon Offset: Vertical

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TitleBarButtonsIconOffsetY
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A number between -50 and 50
Default:Auto-detected
Versions:5.1.0+
Use this setting to force the TitleBar Button icons (the pictures inside the buttons) to be offset by the specified amount. To move the icons up by 2 pixels, just use a value of -2 or use a positive value to move them down. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

TitleBar Buttons: Minimum Window Width

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TitleBarButtonsMinimumWindowWidth
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A number between 0 and 1000
Default:Auto-detected
Versions:3.3.0+
Use this setting to force DisplayFusion not to add TitleBar Buttons to windows with a width lower than the value specified.

TitleBar Buttons: Separator Size

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TitleBarButtonsSeparatorSize
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A number between 1 and 1000
Default:15
Versions:5.1.0+
If you want to make the TitleBar Button separators larger or smaller, use this setting. Specify the separator size in pixels.

TitleBar Buttons: Show Debug Info

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TitleBarButtonsShowDebugInfo
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: No debug info is shown (default)
1: Debug info is shown in TitleBar Button tooltips
Versions:3.3.0+
This setting controls whether the TitleBar Button ToolTips contain extra debug information. This is useful for troubleshooting rogue TitleBar Buttons that don't appear to belong to a window.

TitleBar Buttons: Shrink TitleBar Buttons

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TitleBarButtonsShrinkDisabled
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: TitleBar Buttons shrink when needed (default)
1: TitleBar Buttons never shrink
Versions:3.4.0+
You can use this settting to prevent DisplayFusion from shrinking the TitleBar Buttons when the window is too small. Set this value to 1 to prevent shrinking and have DisplayFusion hide the TitleBar Buttons instead.

TitleBar Buttons: Treat as Non-Maximized

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\TitleBarButtonsTreatNonMaximized
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: All window states will be auto-detected (default)
1: All windows will be treated as non-Maximized
Versions:5.0.0+
Use this setting to force DisplayFusion to position the TitleBar Buttons while pretending that the windows are never maximized. This is helpful when you have positioning errors for all of your maximized windows. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Wallpaper: Active Desktop: Force Detection as Disabled

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\ActiveDeskopForceDisabled
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Active Desktop will be automatically detected (default)
1: Active Desktop will always be detected as Disabled
Versions:5.0.0+
If you are having issues with wallpaper alignment give this setting a try.

Wallpaper: Active Desktop: Force Detection as Enabled

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\ActiveDeskopForceEnabled
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Active Desktop will be automatically detected (default)
1: Active Desktop will always be detected as Enabled
Versions:5.0.0+
If you are having issues with wallpaper alignment give this setting a try.

Wallpaper: Days to Expire History Images

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\WallpaperHistoryExpiryDays
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A value (in days) for how long to remember images in history
Default:7
Versions:6.0.1+
Use this value to override the default value of 7 days. After X days, any images in the wallpaper changer history will be removed and able to be reused again.

Wallpaper: Don't Load Random Images on Apply

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\WallpaperDontLoadRandomImagesOnApply
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Random images will be loaded as expected (default)
1: Random images will not be loaded when applying
Versions:4.0.1+
Enable this setting to prevent DisplayFusion from loading any random images when clicking the OK or Apply button in the Wallpaper window.

Wallpaper: Don't Store Image History

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\WallpaperHistoryDisabled
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Images will be stored in the history (default)
1: Images will not be stored in the history
Versions:4.2.0+
Use this setting to force DisplayFusion to never store an image history for local random images. This can improve performance, but reduce the perceived randomness.

Wallpaper: Generate Smaller Files (lower quality)

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\WallpaperGenerateSmallerFiles
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Larger, higher-quality files will be generated (default)
1: Smaller files will be generated
Versions:5.1.0+
This will force DisplayFusion to generate smaller, lower quality, compressed wallpaper images instead of generating larger uncompressed files.

Wallpaper: Generated Folder Override

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\WallpaperGeneratedFolder
Type:REG_SZ
Values:Full path to store the temporary wallpaper file.
Default:{user data}\Application Data\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\
Versions:3.1.0+
Use this setting to manually control where DisplayFusion puts it's temporary, generated wallpaper files. It is recommended to leave this setting unchanged, but if you are in a corporate environment with roaming profiles (for example) changing this setting can save some space in your profile. The folder specified here will be automatically created if it doesn't exist. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Wallpaper: Ignore Sub-Folders

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\WallpaperIgnoreSubFolders
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: DisplayFusion will look in sub-folders (default)
1: DisplayFusion will ignore sub-folders
Versions:4.1.0+
Use this setting to prevent DisplayFusion from loading images from sub-folders with the random image changer.

Wallpaper: Restrict Images to Specific Paths

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\WallpaperLocalImagePathRestrict
Type:REG_SZ
Values:| (pipe) separated folder list
Default:blank
Versions:5.1.0+
Use this value to restrict wallpaper paths to specific folders. For example:
C:\Images|C:\Data

This will only allow DisplayFusion to load images from these 2 folders. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Wallpaper: Run Program After Wallpaper Change

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\WallpaperRunAfterProgram
Type:REG_SZ
Values:The file to run, including the full path.
Default:none
Versions:3.2.0+
If you would like to run a program after each wallpaper change, you can use this registry key to do that. Set the WallpaperRunAfterProgram value to the program you'd like to run, and you can optionally set the WallpaperRunAfterParams to any parameters you want to pass to the program. You can use the $FILE$ variable to pass the generated wallpaper filename to the parameters.

Example #1:
WallpaperRunAfterProgram: C:\BGInfo\bginfo.exe
WallpaperRunAfterParams: "C:\BGInfo\settings.bgi" /timer:0
This example will run the BGInfo application after each wallpaper change, using the BGInfo settings saved in the "settings.bgi" file.

Example #2:
WallpaperRunAfterProgram: C:\MyProgram\myprogram.exe
WallpaperRunAfterParams: /FILE:"$FILE$" /otheroptions
This example will run your custom application that you are using to post-process the generated wallpaper image. The generated wallpaper image path will be passed through the $FILE$ variable.

It is HIGHLY recommended that you disable the "Fix my wallpaper automatically" setting, or else DisplayFusion will constantly try to fix the new wallpaper. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Wallpaper: Show Wallpaper Apply Prompt

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\WallpaperPromptApplyAdvanced
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Never show a prompt before applying wallpaper settings (default)
1: Show a prompt before applying wallpaper settings
Versions:3.3.0+
Use this setting to force DisplayFusion to show a confirmation prompt when applying new Wallpaper settings. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Wallpaper: Startup Change Delay

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\WallpaperStartupChangeDelay
Type:REG_SZ
Values:A number between 0 and 3600
Default:30
Versions:3.1.6+
Use this setting to manually control the amount of time in seconds to wait before changing the wallpaper after DisplayFusion starts-up. The default is 30 seconds, but if your system takes longer to fully start-up, or you want to wait for a few minutes after start-up, just specify a larger value here. DisplayFusion must be restarted for this setting to take effect.

Wallpaper: Use In-Memory Collection for Random Images

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\WallpaperUseMemoryCollection
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Low-memory usage method will be used (default)
1: In-memory image collection will be used
Versions:6.0.1+
Enable this setting to force DisplayFusion to build an in-memory collection of random images. This takes significantly more memory, but provides greater randomness when selecting a new image.

Wallpaper: Use Internal Wallpaper Processing

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\WallpaperUseInternalProcessing
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Process the wallpaper images in an external process (default)
1: Process the wallpaper images internally
Versions:5.1.1+
By default DisplayFusion uses an external process to set the wallpaper. This setting forces DisplayFusion to process the wallpaper images internally.

Wallpaper: WallpaperFusion: Always Load Original Images

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\WallpaperWPFUseOriginalSize
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Your resolution will be automatically detected and used (default)
1: Original images will always be used
Versions:5.0.0+
This setting will force DisplayFusion to use the original size images from WallpaperFusion, instead of downloading images that match your monitor's resolution.

Window: Use Alternate Method To Move Windows (for testing ONLY)

Key:HKCU\Software\Binary Fortress Software\DisplayFusion\WindowMoveUseNewMethod
Type:REG_SZ
Values:
0: Uses the classic method with greater compatibility (default)
1: Uses an alternate (unstable) method to move windows
Versions:3.3.0+
This setting forces DisplayFusion to use an alternate window move method that doesn't cause any window animation. The move is instant (with no animation), but unfortunately isn't compatible with all applications. Please use this setting at your own risk, and if any application windows fail to move correctly disable this setting.
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