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Doug Chambers
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Hi, just found this site and the options lists are way too long, so here's my problem, both the following running win8.1. Happy to spring for the $35 if I can get what I need.

Lenovo Touch Tablet 8" 1200 x 800
Text size set at 150%
Allow rotation
ASUS non-touch Monitor 24" 1920 x 1080
Text size 100%
Locked in Landscape.

Mostly I use this with ASUS, full keyboard and mouse via an OTG and USB 7-port hub. The windows Screen Resolution system sucks big time as the settings are carried over to both monitors.

What I need.
Duplicate Displays with independent screen savers for each monitor as the Lenovo is rarely used when using the ASUS so would like it off mostly -- but, still be able to use touch and/or rotation on it if I need.

Profiles for resolution, Portrait/Landscape, rotation and text size for each monitor.

A quick way to rotate or force the ASUS back to Landscape. Probably a flaw with the windows/Lenovo/Intel Display drivers but some applications when launched force the display in to Portrait mode on the ASUS. I then have to turn the mouse through 90-deg and navigate to the Screen Resolution and reset "Portrait (Flipped)" back to "Landscape." I have updated all drivers but it still happens and others on the Lenovo forums have the same issue.

Soooo, where are we with Display Fusion and my list?

Jul 5, 2014  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on
DisplayFusion can save profiles for screen resolution, and the orientation. Unfortunately it's not currently possible to save font scaling settings in a monitor profile, or run screen savers on some monitors while not on others. Both of those items are on our feature request list though, so I've added your vote to them :)

Jul 7, 2014  • #2
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on
It's been a long time coming, but we've finally added the ability to set the monitor scaling level in DisplayFusion's Monitor Configuration and Monitor Profiles. This is available in the latest beta version, here:

Dec 1, 2022  • #3
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