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Display fusion installed under different user profile does not retain custom settings

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Mayuresh Sawardekar
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Display fusion was installed under a different admin account permissions for all users. However when a non-admin logs in and customizes the settings, those settings are not retained when the user logs in. Is there any way I can store those settings in my user profile and have display fusion read them upon every reboot.
19 days ago  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
They should be kept, as they're stored in the HKEY_CURRENT_USERS registry hive. Note that if the installer was run as a different user, when DisplayFusion automatically launches after installation, it will still run as that user. You'll want to exit and restart DisplayFusion before changing any settings for the current user.
19 days ago  • #2
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Mayuresh Sawardekar
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Thanks for responding. How do i get it to start with my account if its installed by another account eveytime i restart my PC ?
19 days ago  • #3
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Mayuresh Sawardekar
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Also, how do I enable taskbar on both screens when using ultrawide monitor and horizontal split.
i want taskbar to go across the entire screen but show icons on taskbar as if it was just one wide monitor. Dont want two taskbars in the widescreen split.
19 days ago (modified 19 days ago)  • #4
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
On the DisplayFusion Settings > Options tab, enable the Start With Windows option and you should be all set there.

For the taskbar, open the DisplayFusion Monitor Configuration window and disable the "Taskbar" checkbox in the "Use these features with split monitors" section.

Hope that helps!
18 days ago  • #5
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Mayuresh Sawardekar
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Thank you !
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