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Change second monitor Wallpaper when an app is launched

ShadowMak3r
6 discussion posts
Hi EveryOne...

Im trying to find a way to change the second monitor wallpaper when a app is launched, specifically a game.

The idea behind this is that a have custom RGB profiles aplied to my peripherals for every game, so i want to match the second monitor wallpaper with that syncronization as well.

I try the triggers section, but theres no "wallpaper profile" to select, only "monitor profiles".

Thanks in advance.

David.
Jul 14, 2020 (modified Jul 14, 2020)  • #1
Jim Dunn
12 discussion posts
You should be able to add trigger(s) for "window created" for your application(s), then add a "run function" action to the trigger "apply wallpaper profile:FooBar" (assuming you have already created the wallpaper profile(s) - they won't appear in the action's pulldown "run function" list until you do...)

Or, if you plan to create separate monitor profiles for each scenario (I couldn't understand if you were doing that or not) then you can just assign specific wallpaper profiles to your various Monitor Profiles in "Monitor Configuration - Manage Monitor Profiles" and change the Monitor Profile with the "Window created" trigger(s).
Jul 15, 2020 (modified Jul 15, 2020)  • #2
ShadowMak3r
6 discussion posts
Quote:
You should be able to add trigger(s) for "window created" for your application(s), then add a "run function" action to the trigger "apply wallpaper profile:FooBar" (assuming you have already created the wallpaper profile(s) - they won't appear in the action's pulldown "run function" list until you do...)

Or, if you plan to create separate monitor profiles for each scenario (I couldn't understand if you were doing that or not) then you can just assign specific wallpaper profiles to your various Monitor Profiles in "Monitor Configuration - Manage Monitor Profiles" and change the Monitor Profile with the "Window created" trigger(s).


Men... thank you so much!.... works like a charm!
Jul 15, 2020  • #3
Jim Dunn
12 discussion posts
You're welcome. Glad it helped.
Jul 15, 2020  • #4
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