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After reboot since update to 1.5.0 I get one huge monitor in Desktop Wallpaper

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bhavbhuti
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Hi

I have the 2nd monitor 1024x786 on the left, 1st primary monitor 1280x1024 on the right. Yesterday after the install all was well. Today after the reboot (and changing the wallpaper) I get only one huge monitor 1P in 'Desktop Wallpaper'. Plus I have 'I want to use a different background for each monitor' selected.

As an aside I believe the shortcut keys are also not working consistently.

I am using W2K prof. with bbLean as the shell.

Thanks.
Dec 7, 2007  • #1
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
I have never tested DisplayFusion with bbLean - does bbLean provide any wallpaper options that might be conflicting with DisplayFusion? Have you tried enabling the "automatically fix my wallpaper" option to see if it corrects it on startup?
Jan 27, 2008  • #2
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bhavbhuti
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Hi jtackabury

Thanks for your reply. I have tried what you have suggested and after the reboot I was able to see 2 monitors in the Desktop Wallpaper.

Unfortunately I still am not able to keep DisplayFusion loaded permanently as the mouse seems to start moving jerkily. I have tried to confirm this behavior by loading and unloading DF few time and every time DF was in the system tray I notice this behavior.

Thanks and regards.

Bhavbhuti
Jan 31, 2008  • #3
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Kevin F.
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Alias, please start your own topic.

As for the original issue, I am guessings bbLean is the issue... Not too much that you can do sadly, except for maybe removing the desktop background set by the OS, IE the none option.
Feb 7, 2008  • #4
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I have split Alias' post into it's own topic, I don't like thread hijacking. Give me some time to check this out... I'll try to get BB running in a VM and I'll see what happens. Do these problems happen even when not using BB?
Feb 7, 2008  • #5
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
I'm going to mark this topic as closed as I haven't had any other issues with bbLean and the original poster hasn't reported back on whether this issue exists without bbLean.
May 10, 2008  • #6
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