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Application Names incorrect on Extended Taskbar

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beakersoft
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Hi,

Since the upgrade to 3.0.2 me and my colleague have had a strange problem. When we leave at night we lock our machines, and when we come back in the morning the names of the applications on the extended task bars have all changed. They all end up as the same name (eg Outlook), the icons are correct but the colour depth looks wrong.

I run 3 monitors and he runs 2, same thing happens on both. Next time it happens i can provide a screen shot if you need one

Cheers
Luke
Mar 31, 2009  • #1
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
I have heard of a couple other people having this issue, but haven't been able to reproduce it yet. :( What power management settings are you using (standby, sleep, hibernate or nothing)? After this issue occurs next time would you be able to send me:

- A screenshot of your desktop, so I can see exactly how the taskbar is being affected
- The output from the "Troubleshooting" tab in the DisplayFusion Settings window

You can either post those here or you can email them to me at jtackabury@binaryfortress.com. Thanks!
Mar 31, 2009  • #2
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benway
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I just now saw this. (see attached) The buttons all have the first button's name and no longer indent (and you can see the icons stacking). Just went to the other room for a bit and came back. It goofed up some more when I brought up the settings window for the troubleshooting info (second attachment). This seems like the same problem I reported in another thread.

- OK, last update. This is exactly what I was seeing at work on my other computer (third attachment)

--- Machine ------------
Operating System: Microsoft Windows NT 5.1.2600 Service Pack 3
Operating System Version: 5.1.2600.196608
Detected Version: WindowsXP / 2003
CPU: x86
Date/Time (UTC): 04/01/2009 01:55:25
Date/Time (Local): 03/31/2009 21:55:25
.NET Framework: 2.0.50727.1433
CurrentCulture Name: English (United States)
CurrentCulture Code: en-US
CurrentCulture Language: en
CurrentUICulture Name: English (United States)
CurrentUICulture Code: en-US
CurrentUICulture Language: en

--- DisplayFusion ------------
Name: DisplayFusion Pro v3.0.2
Pro: True
Pro License: 101-WBND-695D (truncated)
Command Line: "C:\Program Files\DisplayFusion\DisplayFusion.exe"
Current Folder: C:\Program Files\DisplayFusion

--- DisplayFusion x86 Hook DLL ------------
Path: C:\Program Files\DisplayFusion\DisplayFusionHookx86.dll
Name: DisplayFusion Hook
Prod Version: 1, 1, 0, 0
File Version: 1, 1, 0, 0
Size: 47,792 bytes

--- DisplayFusion x64 Hook DLL ------------
Path: C:\Program Files\DisplayFusion\DisplayFusionHookx64.dll
Name: DisplayFusion Hook
Prod Version: 1, 2, 0, 0
File Version: 1, 2, 0, 0
Size: 47,280 bytes

--- Taskbars ------------
Enabled: True
Count: 1

--- Taskbar 1------------
Location X: 1680
Location Y: 994
Width: 1280
Height: 30

--- Screens ------------
Count: 2
Point Min X: 0
Point Min Y: 0
Point Max X: 2960
Point Max Y: 1050
Total Width: 2960
Total Height: 1050
ActiveDesktop: False

--- Screen 1------------
ScreenID: 0
Width: 1680
Height: 1050
PosX: 0
PosY: 0
MoveH: 0
MoveV: 0

--- Screen 2------------
ScreenID: 1
Width: 1280
Height: 1024
PosX: 1680
PosY: 0
MoveH: 0
MoveV: 0

--- Managed Threads ------------
Count: 2
ID:3 ~ Name:Taskbar0 ~ Age:2.13:08:47.6718750 ~ Alive:True ~ BG:True ~ State:Background
ID:4 ~ Name:MouseHookLL ~ Age:2.13:08:47.7031250 ~ Alive:True ~ BG:True ~ State:Background
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Apr 1, 2009  • #3
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beakersoft
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This was the state of my machine when i've come back to it this morning. All of the app minimised in the display fusion taskbars (on my extra monitors) had the title of 'Royal TS' The icons though stay the same. If i quit display fusion and start it again it kicks back to life, i've tried turning the extend taskbar option of and on again but that doesn't cure it

--- Machine ------------
Operating System: Microsoft Windows NT 5.1.2600 Service Pack 2
Operating System Version: 5.1.2600.131072
Detected Version: WindowsXP / 2003
CPU: x86
Date/Time (UTC): 04/01/2009 08:08:19
Date/Time (Local): 04/01/2009 09:08:19
.NET Framework: 2.0.50727.3082
CurrentCulture Name: English (United Kingdom)
CurrentCulture Code: en-GB
CurrentCulture Language: en
CurrentUICulture Name: English (United States)
CurrentUICulture Code: en-US
CurrentUICulture Language: en

--- DisplayFusion ------------
Name: DisplayFusion Pro v3.0.2
Pro: True
Pro License: 101-CISZ-L828 (truncated)
Command Line: "C:\Program Files\DisplayFusion\DisplayFusion.exe"
Current Folder: C:\Program Files\DisplayFusion

--- DisplayFusion x86 Hook DLL ------------
Path: C:\Program Files\DisplayFusion\DisplayFusionHookx86.dll
Name: DisplayFusion Hook
Prod Version: 1, 2, 0, 0
File Version: 1, 2, 0, 0
Size: 47,792 bytes

--- DisplayFusion x64 Hook DLL ------------
Path: C:\Program Files\DisplayFusion\DisplayFusionHookx64.dll
Name: DisplayFusion Hook
Prod Version: 1, 2, 0, 0
File Version: 1, 2, 0, 0
Size: 47,280 bytes

--- Taskbars ------------
Enabled: True
Count: 2

--- Taskbar 1------------
Location X: -1280
Location Y: 990
Width: 1280
Height: 34

--- Taskbar 2------------
Location X: 1280
Location Y: 990
Width: 1280
Height: 34

--- Screens ------------
Count: 3
Point Min X: -1280
Point Min Y: 0
Point Max X: 2560
Point Max Y: 1024
Total Width: 3840
Total Height: 1024
ActiveDesktop: False

--- Screen 1------------
ScreenID: 0
Width: 1280
Height: 1024
PosX: -1280
PosY: 0
MoveH: 0
MoveV: 0

--- Screen 2------------
ScreenID: 1
Width: 1280
Height: 1024
PosX: 1280
PosY: 0
MoveH: 0
MoveV: 0

--- Screen 3------------
ScreenID: 2
Width: 1280
Height: 1024
PosX: 0
PosY: 0
MoveH: 0
MoveV: 0

--- Managed Threads ------------
Count: 3
ID:3 ~ Name:Taskbar0 ~ Age:00:02:15.3099020 ~ Alive:True ~ BG:True ~ State:Background
ID:5 ~ Name:MouseHookLL ~ Age:00:02:15.3099020 ~ Alive:True ~ BG:True ~ State:Background
ID:9 ~ Name:Taskbar1 ~ Age:00:02:13.1380687 ~ Alive:True ~ BG:True ~ State:Background

--- Taskbar Buttons ------------
Count: 6
"Inbox - Microsoft Outlook" (00020262:00020262)
"Shared Documents - Microsoft Internet Explorer provided by Johnston Press North West" (0003039a:0003039a)
"Post reply - Mozilla Firefox" (000901aa:000901aa)
"14. Rise Against - Historia Calamintatum - Winamp [Stopped]" (000105d4:00010650)
"JP_Group_FP_Reports" (000b04f2:000b04f2)
"Active Directory Users and Computers" (000507a6:000507a6)
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Apr 1, 2009  • #4
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Where did that "Royal TS" window name come from? I don't see it in the Troubleshooting information.

Do either of you have your computer set to standby/sleep/hibernate? If so, which one is it? I'm going to try my best to clear this up for the 3.0.3 release. Thanks!
Apr 1, 2009  • #5
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beakersoft
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The Royal TS app minimizes to the notification area, i might have minimized it as soon as i unlocked my machine :oops:

The only power saving that is active is turning on the monitors after 30 mins. Not sure if i mentioned it before but the problem has only started happening since last upgrading, the initial version worked fine
Apr 1, 2009  • #6
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benway
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No modes other than the standard windows screensaver on both my systems...
Apr 3, 2009  • #7
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robmck
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I notice the same thing. I don't standby, hibernate, or lock my machines at night, just step away from the computer and let the monitors power down (10 minute timeout set via power control panel).

I notice that the icons are actually a stack of all the icons running on the machine. (noticed on a monitor with firefox & cmd running - could see the firefox icon behind the cmd icon & vice versa; see df-amarante.png below for another example (this machine has a black taskbar theme)).

Sometimes, usually if some window pops up while I have the DisplayFusion panel up, it'll go really strange and put a big grey button on each taskbar button (see df-amarante.png).

Data from troubleshooting dialog attached for two machines.

Hope this helps
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Apr 4, 2009  • #8
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benway
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A bit redundant reporting at this point, but it just happened again while I was editing a word document. Had Firefox and an explorer window on the second monitor. Looked over and all the buttons were wack-ado:
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Apr 7, 2009  • #9
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benway
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Switching themes clears up the taskbar wacky-ness...
Apr 9, 2009  • #10
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@Benway: I have just posted a beta for version 3.0.3, if you're interested. You can find it in the DisplayFusion Beta forum. Thanks!
Apr 10, 2009  • #11
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dru1
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I have the same issue even with DisplayFusion 3.0.3.

I run Win XP with a custom Vista skin. At some time (probably after I unlock my machine), the text on my multi-monitor taskbar becomes all the same and the icons seems to be stacked for each taskbar button but the right icon appears on top of the others. See screenshot attached.

Also, When I opened the Settings window of DisplayFusion this morning, a "Ok" button appeared on my multi-monitor taskbar buttons. See second attached screenshot.

I don't have any power saving set. Just my monitors that goes off after 10 minutes. Hard drives are always spinning. I don't use hibernate. I just lock/unlock my machine very often in a day and let it locked at the end of the day.

I copied my Troubleshooting info:

--- Machine ------------
Operating System: Microsoft Windows NT 5.1.2600 Service Pack 3
Operating System Version: 5.1.2600.196608
Detected Version: WindowsXP / 2003
CPU: x86
Date/Time (UTC): 04/14/2009 12:29:58
Date/Time (Local): 04/14/2009 08:29:58
.NET Framework: 2.0.50727.3082
CurrentCulture: English (Canada) (en-CA ~ en)
CurrentUICulture: English (United States) (en-US ~ en)

--- Wallpaper ------------
Wallpaper Span: False

--- DisplayFusion ------------
Name: DisplayFusion Pro v3.0.3
Pro: True
Pro License: 101-1ORU-63C2 (truncated)
Command Line: "C:\Program Files\DisplayFusion\DisplayFusion.exe"
Current Folder: C:\Documents and Settings\jflheureux

--- DisplayFusion x86 Hook DLL ------------
Path: C:\Program Files\DisplayFusion\DisplayFusionHookx86.dll
Name: DisplayFusion Hook
Prod Version: 1, 2, 0, 0
File Version: 1, 2, 0, 0
Error reading information

--- DisplayFusion x64 Hook DLL ------------
Path: C:\Program Files\DisplayFusion\DisplayFusionHookx64.dll
Name: DisplayFusion Hook
Prod Version: 1, 2, 0, 0
File Version: 1, 2, 0, 0
Error reading information

--- Screens ------------
Count: 2
Point Min X: 0
Point Min Y: 0
Point Max X: 3360
Point Max Y: 1050
Total Width: 3360
Total Height: 1050
ActiveDesktop: False

--- Screen 1------------
ScreenID: 0
Location: 0 x 0
Size: 1680 x 1050
MoveH: 0
MoveV: 0

--- Screen 2------------
ScreenID: 1
Location: 1680 x 0
Size: 1680 x 1050
MoveH: 0
MoveV: 0

--- Managed Threads ------------
Count: 4
ID:4 ~ Name:MouseHookLL ~ Age:23:08:22.6406250 ~ Alive:True ~ BG:True ~ State:Background
ID:17 ~ Name:Taskbar0 ~ Age:00:09:08.2812500 ~ Alive:True ~ BG:True ~ State:Background
ID:6 ~ Name:ProcessTaskbars ~ Age:00:00:00.1093750 ~ Alive:True ~ BG:True ~ State:Background, WaitSleepJoin
ID:11 ~ Name:TaskbarEnum ~ Age:00:00:00.1093750 ~ Alive:True ~ BG:True ~ State:Background

--- Taskbars ------------
Enabled: True
Auto-hide: False
Visual Styles: True
Visual Styles Detected: True
Opacity: 100
Window Options: AllShowAll
Count: 1

--- Taskbar 1------------
Location: 1680 x 0
Size: 125 x 1050
Buttons:
CES.NET (000c073a:000c073a)
CES.NET - Microsoft Visual Studio (000707fa:000707fa)
Coveo Enterprise Search 6.0 LA [Port:52800] DEBUG PID: 5956  [default] (000609c2:000609c2)
Working Copy - E:\Projects\CES\WORKING_TRUNK (000c0dea:000c0dea)
1 Reminder (0014086c:0014086c)
Semaine du 13 au 17 avril - Microsoft Office OneNote (00020780:00020780)
Post reply # www.binaryfortress.com # Mozilla Firefox (000c00f0:000c00f0)
Coveo_1.0.4 (C:) (00060aa6:00060aa6)
Buddy List (000503cc:000503cc)
Office Communicator (000703ae:000703ae)

--- Taskbar Buttons ------------
Count: 10
"CES.NET" (000c073a:000c073a ~ None)
"CES.NET - Microsoft Visual Studio" (000707fa:000707fa ~ None)
"Coveo Enterprise Search 6.0 LA [Port:52800] DEBUG PID: 5956  [default]" (000609c2:000609c2 ~ None)
"Working Copy - E:\Projects\CES\WORKING_TRUNK" (000c0dea:000c0dea ~ None)
"1 Reminder" (0014086c:0014086c ~ None)
"Semaine du 13 au 17 avril - Microsoft Office OneNote" (00020780:00020780 ~ None)
"Post reply # www.binaryfortress.com # Mozilla Firefox" (000c00f0:000c00f0 ~ None)
"Coveo_1.0.4 (C:)" (00060aa6:00060aa6 ~ None)
"Buddy List" (000503cc:000503cc ~ None)
"Office Communicator" (000703ae:000703ae ~ None)
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Apr 14, 2009  • #12
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I'm starting to narrow down the issue, but I just want to confirm a couple things. This only started happening in version 3.0.2, correct? Version 3.0.1 never had this issue?
Apr 16, 2009  • #13
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dru1
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I think that's from 3.0.2 but I cannot be 100% sure.
Apr 16, 2009  • #14
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cowgod
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i have this problem in displayfusion 3.0.3 also.

Code

Apr 17, 2009  • #15
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dru1
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I don't know for the rest of you but it happens mostly the morning after I left my session locked the night before.
I have JKDefrag screensaver installed that defrag my HDDs when my computer is idle. It happens every day when I left the office. Maybe it's a cause of the bug.

Do you have something similar to JKDefrag screensaver that runs just before the bug appears?
Apr 20, 2009  • #16
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I have sent PMs to everyone in this topic with instructions on how to get the new test version. Any feedback you can provide on this version is much appreciated. Thanks!
Apr 23, 2009  • #17
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WeirDave
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I leave my machines on all day the only "switching" I do is when I change from a full screen game and I have the same issue. I sent in a screen shot awhile ago. Can I try the beta Jon?
Apr 25, 2009  • #18
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jmaynard
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Love the product, having the same problem with the icons not matching the labels on the second task bar when I return to the office after locking the computer. The icons are also not quite right as well. Looking forward to a fix for this issue. I can also test a beta if you need another pair of eyes.
May 4, 2009  • #19
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pukwudji
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Thank you John L. Galt for pointing me to this thread. The issue I reported in thread http://www.binaryfortress.com/Forum/index.php?topic=874 is exactly the same issue.

The issue only appeared after leaving the computer running for 3 days straight, which I had not done before. A fresh restart cleared the issue.

I find it interesting that the DisplayFusion bar buttons contain a snippet of the DisplayFusion About screen...

As I was typing this note I just noticed the same issue on a different computer, also left active for more than 24 hours. I have attached screenshots and troubleshooting information from it.

In this instance the DisplayFusion taskbar buttons contain a portion of the DisplayFusion Troubleshooting screen...

Thank you,

- Brad

DisplayFusion troubleshooting output:
--- Machine ------------
Operating System: Microsoft Windows NT 5.1.2600 Service Pack 3
Operating System Version: 5.1.2600.196608
Detected Version: WindowsXP / 2003
CPU: x86
Date/Time (UTC): 05/04/2009 16:19:27
Date/Time (Local): 05/04/2009 09:19:27
.NET Framework: 2.0.50727.3082
CurrentCulture: English (United States) (en-US ~ en)
CurrentUICulture: English (United States) (en-US ~ en)

--- Wallpaper ------------
Wallpaper Span: False
Monitor #1 Image: D:\My Documents\My Pictures\504x_sonicDisruptor.jpg
Monitor #2 Image: D:\My Documents\My Pictures\ISPRANO.jpg

--- DisplayFusion ------------
Name: DisplayFusion Pro v3.0.3
Pro: True
Pro License: 101-GIJR-OE3B (truncated)
Command Line: "C:\Program Files\DisplayFusion\DisplayFusion.exe"
Current Folder: D:\My Documents\My Pictures

--- DisplayFusion x86 Hook DLL ------------
Path: C:\Program Files\DisplayFusion\DisplayFusionHookx86.dll
Name: DisplayFusion Hook
Prod Version: 1, 2, 0, 0
File Version: 1, 2, 0, 0
Error reading information

--- DisplayFusion x64 Hook DLL ------------
Path: C:\Program Files\DisplayFusion\DisplayFusionHookx64.dll
Name: DisplayFusion Hook
Prod Version: 1, 2, 0, 0
File Version: 1, 2, 0, 0
Error reading information

--- Screens ------------
Count: 2
Point Min X: 0
Point Min Y: -1200
Point Max X: 1600
Point Max Y: 768
Total Width: 1600
Total Height: 1968
ActiveDesktop: False

--- Screen 1------------
ScreenID: 0
Location: 0 x 0
Size: 1024 x 768
MoveH: 0
MoveV: 0

--- Screen 2------------
ScreenID: 1
Location: 0 x -1200
Size: 1600 x 1200
MoveH: 0
MoveV: 0

--- Managed Threads ------------
Count: 2
ID:3 ~ Name:MouseHookLL ~ Age:4.17:38:38.1009920 ~ Alive:True ~ BG:True ~ State:Background
ID:7 ~ Name:Taskbar0 ~ Age:4.17:34:01.1427456 ~ Alive:True ~ BG:True ~ State:Background

--- Taskbars ------------
Enabled: True
Auto-hide: False
Visual Styles: True
Visual Styles Detected: True
Opacity: 100
Window Options: ShowRelevant
Count: 1

--- Taskbar 1------------
Location: 0 x -60
Size: 1600 x 60
Buttons:
Odd DisplayFusion Taskbar behavior - Windows Internet Explorer (00730b22:00730b22)
Post reply - Windows Internet Explorer (00d30ad6:00d30ad6)

--- Taskbar Buttons ------------
Count: 6
"Zune" (00010af6:00010af6 ~ None)
"Microsoft ActiveSync" (00060e66:00060e66 ~ None)
"Inbox - Microsoft Outlook" (00020576:00020576 ~ None)
"Odd DisplayFusion Taskbar behavior - Windows Internet Explorer" (00730b22:00730b22 ~ None)
"Topic reply: Odd DisplayFusion Taskbar behavior - Message (Plain Text) " (00430944:00430944 ~ None)
"Post reply - Windows Internet Explorer" (00d30ad6:00d30ad6 ~ None)
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May 4, 2009  • #20
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benway
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This issue used to be much more prevalent that it is now (I used to get it daily, but haven't seen it since release 3). Strange one indeed...
May 4, 2009  • #21
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pukwudji
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Jon:
I just now experienced this behavior with 3.0.4.

Thank you for your continued attention to this issue.

Here is the Troubleshooting information:

--- Machine ------------
Operating System: Microsoft Windows NT 5.1.2600 Service Pack 3
Operating System Version: 5.1.2600.196608
Detected Version: WindowsXP / 2003
CPU: x86
Date/Time (UTC): 05/19/2009 04:44:48
Date/Time (Local): 05/18/2009 21:44:48
.NET Framework: 2.0.50727.3082
CurrentCulture: English (United States) (en-US ~ en)
CurrentUICulture: English (United States) (en-US ~ en)

--- Wallpaper ------------
Wallpaper Span: False
Monitor #1 Image: D:\My Documents\My Pictures\504x_sonicDisruptor.jpg
Monitor #2 Image: D:\My Documents\My Pictures\ISPRANO.jpg

--- DisplayFusion ------------
Name: DisplayFusion Pro v3.0.4
Build Date: May 08, 2009 17:47
Pro: True
Pro License: 101-GIJR-OE3B-UQEC (truncated)
Command Line: "C:\Program Files\DisplayFusion\DisplayFusion.exe"
Current Folder: C:\Documents and Settings\TEMP

--- DisplayFusion x86 Hook DLL ------------
Path: C:\Program Files\DisplayFusion\DisplayFusionHookx86.dll
Name: DisplayFusion Hook
Prod Version: 1, 3, 0, 0
File Version: 1, 3, 0, 0
Error reading information

--- DisplayFusion x64 Hook DLL ------------
Path: C:\Program Files\DisplayFusion\DisplayFusionHookx64.dll
Name: DisplayFusion Hook
Prod Version: 1, 3, 0, 0
File Version: 1, 3, 0, 0
Error reading information

--- Monitor 1------------
Name: \\.\DISPLAY1
Primary: True
Bounds: {X=0,Y=0,Width=1024,Height=768}
WorkArea: {X=0,Y=0,Width=1024,Height=708}

--- Monitor 2------------
Name: \\.\DISPLAY2
Primary: False
Bounds: {X=0,Y=-1200,Width=1600,Height=1200}
WorkArea: {X=0,Y=-1200,Width=1600,Height=1140}

--- Screens ------------
Count: 2
Point Min X: 0
Point Min Y: -1200
Point Max X: 1600
Point Max Y: 768
Total Width: 1600
Total Height: 1968
ActiveDesktop: False

--- Screen 1------------
ScreenID: 0
Device: \\.\DISPLAY1
Location: 0 x 0
Size: 1024 x 768
MoveH: 0
MoveV: 0

--- Screen 2------------
ScreenID: 1
Device: \\.\DISPLAY2
Location: 0 x -1200
Size: 1600 x 1200
MoveH: 0
MoveV: 0

--- Managed Threads ------------
Count: 6
ID:3 ~ Name:Taskbar2 ~ Age:2.23:31:57.1470112 ~ Alive:True ~ BG:True ~ State:Background ~ Thread Name:Taskbar2_6a57837d-399a-4321-935b-794f4f329c2c
ID:4 ~ Name:MouseHookLL ~ Age:2.23:31:57.2271264 ~ Alive:True ~ BG:True ~ State:Background ~ Thread Name:MouseHookLL_f085a7fa-b4a2-4737-945b-40eb11af1842
ID:9 ~ Name:ProcessTaskbars ~ Age:00:00:05.6080640 ~ Alive:False ~ BG:x ~ State:Stopped ~ Thread Name:ProcessTaskbars_9d97956e-e714-44ff-b653-dad706780522
ID:52 ~ Name:TaskbarEnum ~ Age:00:00:05.8684384 ~ Alive:False ~ BG:x ~ State:Stopped ~ Thread Name:TaskbarEnum_47310b20-7737-46b2-8894-e571a459fbb3
ID:59 ~ Name:Hook:WM_LBUTTONDOWN ~ Age:00:00:05.4578480 ~ Alive:False ~ BG:x ~ State:Stopped ~ Thread Name:Hook:WM_LBUTTONDOWN_056d1cd1-cf3b-4ca5-a410-978e731b9849
ID:39 ~ Name:Hook:WM_LBUTTONUP ~ Age:00:00:05.3276608 ~ Alive:False ~ BG:x ~ State:Stopped ~ Thread Name:Hook:WM_LBUTTONUP_7c0bb75c-130c-49d4-8d32-4f866ab8fd7e

--- Taskbars ------------
Enabled: True
Auto-hide: False
Visual Styles: True
Visual Styles Detected: True
DWM Composition Detected: False
Opacity: 100
Window Options: AllShowAll
Count: 1

--- Taskbar 1------------
Location: 0 x -60
Size: 1600 x 60
Buttons:
"Inbox - Microsoft Outlook" (1:00090666:00090666)
"Zune" (2:00490b78:00490b78)
"Microsoft ActiveSync" (3:00160cba:00160cba)
"Apposite Docs" (4:026f0afa:026f0afa)

--- Taskbar Buttons ------------
Count: 4
"Inbox - Microsoft Outlook" (00090666:00090666:00090666 ~ None ~ GCL_HIconSM)
"Zune" (00490b78:00490b78:00490b78 ~ None ~ Icon_Small2)
"Microsoft ActiveSync" (00160cba:00160cba:00160cba ~ None ~ GCL_HIconSM)
"Apposite Docs" (026f0afa:026f0afa:026f0afa ~ None ~ Icon_Small2)
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DisplayFusion 3.0.4 Taskbar Issue - TINK.png
May 19, 2009  • #22
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SysWiz
15 discussion posts
I hate to say it, but me too.

--- Machine ------------
Operating System: Microsoft Windows NT 5.1.2600 Service Pack 3
Operating System Version: 5.1.2600.196608
Detected Version: WindowsXP / 2003
CPU: x86
Date/Time (UTC): 05/19/2009 18:28:54
Date/Time (Local): 05/19/2009 11:28:54
.NET Framework: 2.0.50727.3082
CurrentCulture: English (United States) (en-US ~ en)
CurrentUICulture: English (United States) (en-US ~ en)

--- Wallpaper ------------
Wallpaper Span: False
Monitor #1 Image: C:\Documents and Settings\scotta.SOUNDMEDIMAGING\My Documents\My Pictures\Wallpaper\Connection.jpg
Monitor #2 Image: C:\Documents and Settings\scotta.SOUNDMEDIMAGING\My Documents\My Pictures\Wallpaper\cosmogony1280.jpg
Monitor #3 Image: C:\Documents and Settings\scotta.SOUNDMEDIMAGING\My Documents\My Pictures\Wallpaper\dispersion1920.jpg

--- DisplayFusion ------------
Name: DisplayFusion Pro v3.0.4
Build Date: May 08, 2009 17:47
Pro: True
Pro License: 101-QVKN-57C6-GYZK (truncated)
Command Line: "C:\Program Files\DisplayFusion\DisplayFusion.exe"
Current Folder: C:\Documents and Settings\scotta.SOUNDMEDIMAGING\My Documents\My Pictures\Wallpaper

--- DisplayFusion x86 Hook DLL ------------
Path: C:\Program Files\DisplayFusion\DisplayFusionHookx86.dll
Name: DisplayFusion Hook
Prod Version: 1, 3, 0, 0
File Version: 1, 3, 0, 0
Error reading information

--- DisplayFusion x64 Hook DLL ------------
Path: C:\Program Files\DisplayFusion\DisplayFusionHookx64.dll
Name: DisplayFusion Hook
Prod Version: 1, 3, 0, 0
File Version: 1, 3, 0, 0
Error reading information

--- Monitor 1------------
Name: \\.\DISPLAY1
Primary: True
Bounds: {X=0,Y=0,Width=1280,Height=1024}
WorkArea: {X=0,Y=0,Width=1280,Height=1024}

--- Monitor 2------------
Name: \\.\DISPLAY2
Primary: False
Bounds: {X=2192,Y=-1024,Width=1280,Height=1024}
WorkArea: {X=2192,Y=-1024,Width=1280,Height=1022}

--- Monitor 3------------
Name: \\.\DISPLAY3
Primary: False
Bounds: {X=1280,Y=0,Width=1440,Height=900}
WorkArea: {X=1280,Y=0,Width=1440,Height=898}

--- Screens ------------
Count: 3
Point Min X: 0
Point Min Y: -1024
Point Max X: 3472
Point Max Y: 1024
Total Width: 3472
Total Height: 2048
ActiveDesktop: False

--- Screen 1------------
ScreenID: 0
Device: \\.\DISPLAY1
Location: 0 x 0
Size: 1280 x 1024
MoveH: 0
MoveV: 0

--- Screen 2------------
ScreenID: 1
Device: \\.\DISPLAY2
Location: 2192 x -1024
Size: 1280 x 1024
MoveH: 0
MoveV: 0

--- Screen 3------------
ScreenID: 2
Device: \\.\DISPLAY3
Location: 1280 x 0
Size: 1440 x 900
MoveH: 0
MoveV: 0

--- Managed Threads ------------
Count: 5
ID:5 ~ Name:MouseHookLL ~ Age:4.19:05:19.0073895 ~ Alive:True ~ BG:True ~ State:Background ~ Thread Name:MouseHookLL_12da6365-50d0-4ce9-a5f3-9c735ccf356f
ID:253 ~ Name:Taskbar2 ~ Age:00:00:56.9222393 ~ Alive:True ~ BG:True ~ State:Background ~ Thread Name:Taskbar2_15f3a395-f021-484c-b601-face42404a60
ID:33 ~ Name:Taskbar3 ~ Age:00:00:56.9222393 ~ Alive:True ~ BG:True ~ State:Background ~ Thread Name:Taskbar3_7b2fc27c-f265-4835-828e-bdc4c44b60b2
ID:70 ~ Name:Hook:WM_LBUTTONDOWN ~ Age:00:00:00.1875012 ~ Alive:False ~ BG:x ~ State:Stopped ~ Thread Name:Hook:WM_LBUTTONDOWN_7fac817c-c6e1-4ec1-92d2-1460510e3e6e
ID:93 ~ Name:Hook:WM_LBUTTONUP ~ Age:00:00:00.1406259 ~ Alive:False ~ BG:x ~ State:Stopped ~ Thread Name:Hook:WM_LBUTTONUP_cbd0f923-c548-4af6-9f81-b08fc7b870b4

--- Taskbars ------------
Enabled: True
Auto-hide: True
Visual Styles: True
Visual Styles Detected: True
DWM Composition Detected: False
Opacity: 100
Window Options: ShowRelevant
Count: 2

--- Taskbar 1------------
Location: 2192 x -2
Size: 1280 x 2
Buttons:
"smipacs01 - Remote Desktop" (1:00af0fac:00af0fac)

--- Taskbar 2------------
Location: 1280 x 898
Size: 1440 x 2
Buttons:
"UltraEdit - [Edit1*]" (1:001c0fc4:001c0fc4)
"iGoogle - Mozilla Firefox" (2:00471a90:00471a90)
"Book2.xlsm" (3:00101840:000e17a2)
"PatientListforPACSCleanup.XLS [Compatibility Mode]" (4:003a182e:0013186e)

--- Taskbar Buttons ------------
Count: 7
"Inbox - Microsoft Outlook non-commercial use" (00040396:00040396:00040396 ~ None ~ GCL_HIconSM)
"RISLinQ" (0013121e:0013121e:0013121e ~ None ~ Icon_Small2)
"Book2.xlsm" (00101840:000e17a2:01a60f9e ~ MicrosoftExcel2007 ~ GCL_HIconSM)
"PatientListforPACSCleanup.XLS [Compatibility Mode]" (003a182e:0013186e:01a60f9e ~ MicrosoftExcel2007 ~ GCL_HIconSM)
"UltraEdit - [Edit1*]" (001c0fc4:001c0fc4:001c0fc4 ~ None ~ GCL_HIconSM)
"iGoogle - Mozilla Firefox" (00471a90:00471a90:00471a90 ~ None ~ GCL_HIconSM)
"smipacs01 - Remote Desktop" (00af0fac:00af0fac:00af0fac ~ None ~ GCL_HIconSM)
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May 19, 2009  • #23
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carlskg
2 discussion posts
I'll add my error to the pile. I get the jumbled looking taskbar that others get on occasion, but I also get black boxes with just the application icon showing. This happens intermittently after exiting out of the Dream Aquarium screen saver.

--- Machine ------------
Operating System: Microsoft Windows NT 5.2.3790 Service Pack 2
Operating System Version: 5.2.3790.131072
Detected Version: WindowsXP / 2003
CPU: x64
Date/Time (UTC): 05/28/2009 13:57:39
Date/Time (Local): 05/28/2009 09:57:39
.NET Framework: 2.0.50727.3082
CurrentCulture: English (United States) (en-US ~ en)
CurrentUICulture: English (United States) (en-US ~ en)

--- Wallpaper ------------
Wallpaper Span: False

--- DisplayFusion ------------
Name: DisplayFusion Pro v3.0.4
Build Date: May 08, 2009 17:47
Pro: True
Pro License: 101-YQAZ-CLD5-IKEJ (truncated)
Command Line: "C:\Program Files (x86)\DisplayFusion\DisplayFusion.exe"
Current Folder: C:\Program Files (x86)\DisplayFusion

--- DisplayFusion x86 Hook DLL ------------
Path: C:\Program Files (x86)\DisplayFusion\DisplayFusionHookx86.dll
Name: DisplayFusion Hook
Prod Version: 1, 3, 0, 0
File Version: 1, 3, 0, 0
Size: 48,304 bytes

--- DisplayFusion x64 Hook DLL ------------
Path: C:\Program Files (x86)\DisplayFusion\DisplayFusionHookx64.dll
Name: DisplayFusion Hook
Prod Version: 1, 3, 0, 0
File Version: 1, 3, 0, 0
Size: 47,280 bytes

--- Monitor 1------------
Name: \\.\DISPLAY1
Primary: False
Bounds: {X=-1600,Y=0,Width=1600,Height=1200}
WorkArea: {X=-1600,Y=0,Width=1600,Height=1170}

--- Monitor 2------------
Name: \\.\DISPLAY2
Primary: False
Bounds: {X=1600,Y=0,Width=1600,Height=1200}
WorkArea: {X=1600,Y=0,Width=1600,Height=1170}

--- Monitor 3------------
Name: \\.\DISPLAY3
Primary: True
Bounds: {X=0,Y=0,Width=1600,Height=1200}
WorkArea: {X=0,Y=0,Width=1600,Height=1170}

--- Screens ------------
Count: 3
Point Min X: -1600
Point Min Y: 0
Point Max X: 3200
Point Max Y: 1200
Total Width: 4800
Total Height: 1200
ActiveDesktop: False

--- Screen 1------------
ScreenID: 0
Device: \\.\DISPLAY1
Location: -1600 x 0
Size: 1600 x 1200
MoveH: 0
MoveV: 0

--- Screen 2------------
ScreenID: 1
Device: \\.\DISPLAY2
Location: 1600 x 0
Size: 1600 x 1200
MoveH: 0
MoveV: 0

--- Screen 3------------
ScreenID: 2
Device: \\.\DISPLAY3
Location: 0 x 0
Size: 1600 x 1200
MoveH: 0
MoveV: 0

--- Managed Threads ------------
Count: 7
ID:3 ~ Name:Taskbar1 ~ Age:1.00:07:56.9039247 ~ Alive:True ~ BG:True ~ State:Background ~ Thread Name:Taskbar1_d1627000-c182-41a3-a07a-4708dba4bc15
ID:4 ~ Name:Taskbar2 ~ Age:1.00:07:56.9039247 ~ Alive:True ~ BG:True ~ State:Background ~ Thread Name:Taskbar2_f6188df4-3055-4c13-9c19-26802016b5ba
ID:5 ~ Name:MouseHookLL ~ Age:1.00:07:56.9039247 ~ Alive:True ~ BG:True ~ State:Background ~ Thread Name:MouseHookLL_755b18a2-8789-4850-8a0e-b2df600bef4b
ID:104 ~ Name:ProcessTaskbars ~ Age:00:00:00.2343810 ~ Alive:False ~ BG:x ~ State:Stopped ~ Thread Name:ProcessTaskbars_401a487f-2849-4751-aa60-89def4cccd49
ID:111 ~ Name:TaskbarEnum ~ Age:00:00:00.2343810 ~ Alive:False ~ BG:x ~ State:Stopped ~ Thread Name:TaskbarEnum_a76708f0-5628-441a-9ec2-8905fa54a891
ID:88 ~ Name:Hook:WM_LBUTTONDOWN ~ Age:00:00:00.1093778 ~ Alive:False ~ BG:x ~ State:Stopped ~ Thread Name:Hook:WM_LBUTTONDOWN_ce6054d8-3619-41e3-9c8b-06f61e4f67c6
ID:98 ~ Name:Hook:WM_LBUTTONUP ~ Age:00:00:00.0156254 ~ Alive:False ~ BG:x ~ State:Stopped ~ Thread Name:Hook:WM_LBUTTONUP_45a67a76-5922-45e5-8f27-979a6c6aa5b1

--- Taskbars ------------
Enabled: True
Auto-hide: False
Visual Styles: True
Visual Styles Detected: True
DWM Composition Detected: False
Opacity: 100
Window Options: ShowRelevant
Count: 2

--- Taskbar 1------------
Location: -1600 x 1170
Size: 1600 x 30
Buttons:
"Timesheet | 14Dayz.com - Time Tracking Made Simple - Mozilla Firefox" (1:000305ae:000305ae)
"Inbox - Microsoft Outlook" (2:001e05b2:001e05b2)
"Calculator" (3:00731aa4:00731aa4)
"DisplayFusion Pro ~ Settings" (4:003527dc:003527dc)

--- Taskbar 2------------
Location: 1600 x 1170
Size: 1600 x 30
Buttons:
"Google Talk" (1:00010544:00010546)
"John" (2:00380e74:00320e58)
"iTunes" (3:00050f82:00050f82)
"W:\Jobs\" (4:00761030:00761030)
"W:\" (5:00122444:00122444)
"IrfanView" (6:0023107e:0023107e)
"W:\Jobs\Software\" (7:710607c6:710607c6)

--- Taskbar Buttons ------------
Count: 17
"Google Talk" (00010544:00010546:00010544 ~ Generic ~ Icon_Small2)
"John" (00380e74:00320e58:00380e74 ~ Generic ~ Icon_Small2)
"Timesheet | 14Dayz.com - Time Tracking Made Simple - Mozilla Firefox" (000305ae:000305ae:000305ae ~ None ~ GCL_HIconSM)
"Adobe Photoshop CS4 Extended - Dry.psd @ 200% (Layer 6, RGB/8#) *" (00020860:00020860:00020860 ~ None ~ GCL_HIconSM)
"iTunes" (00050f82:00050f82:00050f82 ~ None ~ GCL_HIconSM)
"W:\Jobs\Internal\" (00761030:00761030:00761030 ~ None ~ Icon_Small2)
"W:\Jobs\" (00122444:00122444:00122444 ~ None ~ Icon_Small2)
"DefaultScene.max" (000510f2:000510f2:000510f2 ~ None ~ GCL_HIconSM)
"Adobe After Effects" (00420de6:00420de6:00420de6 ~ None ~ GCL_HIconSM)
"List45.xls - OpenOffice.org Calc" (001e262e:001e262e:001e262e ~ None ~ Icon_Small2)
"condev.png - IrfanView" (004827c0:004827c0:004827c0 ~ None ~ GCL_HIconSM)
"mac-reference.jpg - IrfanView" (0023107e:0023107e:0023107e ~ None ~ GCL_HIconSM)
"Deadline Monitor - \\fileserver\DeadlineRepo3.0" (0006224c:0006224c:0006224c ~ None ~ Icon_Small2)
"Inbox - Microsoft Outlook" (001e05b2:001e05b2:001e05b2 ~ None ~ GCL_HIconSM)
"Calculator" (00731aa4:00731aa4:00731aa4 ~ None ~ GCL_HIconSM)
"W:\Jobs\Software\" (710607c6:710607c6:710607c6 ~ None ~ Icon_Small2)
"DisplayFusion Pro ~ Settings" (003527dc:003527dc:003527dc ~ None ~ Icon_Small2)
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May 28, 2009  • #24
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
I'm pretty confident that I have resolved this issue in the upcoming version 3.0.5. I won't mark this topic as complete until most people here have had a chance to test it after it is released this weekend.
May 28, 2009  • #25
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
In an effort to cleanup the DisplayFusion forum, this topic is being locked and archived because it applies to an older version of DisplayFusion. If you are using the latest version of DisplayFusion and would still like some assistance, please create a new topic and I'll be happy to help you out. Thanks!
Jan 12, 2010  • #26
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