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Sborden70
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I just recently started using your software, i had another one that is known about. I like the package you have put together and it seems to work well. I am currently using Win 7 x86 at work with dual monitors and now your software.

I would like to request one thing for the future. The wallpaper setting works great for being able to split the screens and have different wallpaper for each monitor. I would like the same function or feature for the screensaver.

Again great work on the software and here is hoping to see the additional features
Nov 6, 2009  • #1
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Saturn2K
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Yeah, I do miss that ultramon function. That and I miss the ability to create shortcuts which change display settings, launch your program, and then change it back when you close it.
Nov 7, 2009  • #2
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Multi-monitor screen savers are planned for a future version.

@Saturn2K: I'm not familiar with that function, can you explain what it is and what you use it for? Thanks!
Nov 9, 2009  • #3
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Sborden70
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Great thanks Jon,

Just wanted to say again what a great program this is :-)
Nov 10, 2009  • #4
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Thank you for your support.
Nov 14, 2009  • #5
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Saturn2K
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Multi-monitor screen savers are planned for a future version.

@Saturn2K: I'm not familiar with that function, can you explain what it is and what you use it for? Thanks!
In the properties window of any shortcut, they added a menu to change the display settings when the program is run.

Ultramon created a proxy program to deal with this. It replaces the original shortcut with a shortcut to its proxy. It even puts the right icon on it. Essentially it would be like this:

"C:\DisplayFusion\Shortcut.exe /monitor2=off /program=C:\ProgramFiles\Game4\Gamebinary.exe"

It runs a tiny program that watches for the game/program to end, then it'll revert the options. It's pretty transparent and if you change the options to disable changing anything, it puts the original shortcut back. It's useful for shutting off a secondary monitor if you're playing a graphically intense game. It can also change resolution, disable the secondary taskbar and other things.
Nov 14, 2009  • #6
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
@Saturn2K: Thanks for explaining that, I've never heard of that feature before.
Nov 16, 2009  • #7
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