DisplayFusion 3.1.9 Released!

I am very happy to announce the release of DisplayFusion 3.1.9! Along with this new release, comes the new home of DisplayFusion, located at displayfusion.com. I would like to send out a big thanks to Chris from Sockit Solutions for designing the new website, and for helping getting it off the ground. The new website makes it much easier to look-up information about DisplayFusion, like the Advanced Settings, Support options and, of course, the Downloads.

Now, back to the 3.1.9 release! This release started out as a small release, intended to address a few functionality issues before the major 3.2 release, but it turned into much more than that! There is a big new feature in this release, called the "Windows Logon Background" changer. In the DisplayFusion Settings window, you will see a new tab titled "Windows Logon". You can use this new feature to change your Windows logon background image using local images, or images from one of the online providers (Flickr or Vladstudio). I love this new feature, and I've made sure all of my machines now have custom logon backgrounds.

The Taskbars also received much love. You can now set the Auto-Hide setting on a per-Taskbar basis, as well as disabling Taskbars on a per-monitor basis. The Window Snapping feature received a bit of a makeover, with the addition of a helpful guide to help you set it up in the Settings window. There also a ton, and I mean a ton, of bug fixes. From everything to Taskbar focus issues, to compatibility improvements for over a dozen applications. To see the complete list of changes, I invite you to visit the DisplayFusion Change Log.

If you haven't been prompted to upgrade yet, please visit the DisplayFusion Download page to download the new version today!

Jun 28, 2010  • #1
Carsten Franke
99 discussion posts
Just to be sure: Currently I am watching the RSS feed of binaryfortress.com only. I hope any new announcements for displayfusion.com will be posted here as well?

Best regards,
Jun 30, 2010  • #2
Johannes Steyn
1 discussion post
Dude... this rocks, Notepad replacement is awesome and display Fusion is the sizzle......

Great work!
Jul 15, 2010  • #3
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
@Hardus: Enjoy!
Jul 15, 2010  • #4
3 discussion posts
After the update, I found the "middle click window moving" function stop working on many applications(which they used to be working fine).

For example, Windows media player, Google Chrome (Windows7 x64 pro). Can anyone confirm that?
Jul 26, 2010  • #5
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
@Delacour: Are you using the new 3.1.10 release, and did you reboot after you updated?
Jul 26, 2010  • #6
3 discussion posts
@Jon Tackabury YES, I also tried debug options, add these applications to compatibility list, but no success. I was able to add titbleBar buttons to all application, but the middle click only works for very basic apps (notepad,paint,explorer)
Jul 30, 2010  • #7
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
@Delacour: Can you try enabling the Debug Logging option, then send me the log file that is generated? Thanks!
Aug 2, 2010  • #8
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