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DisplayFusion 3.3.1 Released!

We're very pleased to announce the release of DisplayFusion 3.3.1! This version includes a bunch of bug fixes and new features, as well as huge improvements to the Multi-Monitor Taskbar and Window Snapping features.

The biggest changes in DisplayFusion 3.3.1 include:

  • Multi-Monitor Taskbars now have a Start menu and a "Show Desktop" button
  • The Wallpaper Settings window now has an "Image Info" tab that allows you to display information about the wallpaper and your computer directly on the desktop
  • You can now run HotKeys on a window by right-clicking any TitleBar Button and choosing the HotKey from the context menu
  • HotKeys/TitleBar Buttons are now available for locking the mouse cursor to the current window or monitor
  • Added a new feature called "Sticky Snapping" which allows windows to be snapped to other windows or monitor edges without having to release the mouse button
  • Added an option to display a ToolTip that shows the window size and location on windows when moving or resizing them
  • Lots of minor improvements to TitleBar Buttons, Multi-Monitor Taskbars, and Window Location features
  • 30 language translations bundled
  • Tons of other bug fixes and improvements to various features

For your viewing pleasure, here are some screenshots for a few of the new features in DisplayFusion 3.3.1:

Wallpaper Image Info Settings
Wallpaper Image Info Settings


Wallpaper Image Info on Desktop
Wallpaper Image Info on the Desktop


TitleBar Button HotKeys Menu
TitleBar Button HotKeys Menu


Multi-Monitor Taskbar with Start Button and Show Desktop Button
Multi-Monitor Taskbar with Start Button and "Show Desktop" Button


New Sticky Snapping Options
New Sticky Snapping Options


Window Size and Location ToolTips
Window Size and Location ToolTips


We encourage everyone to update to this new version today to take advantage of these improvements. If you would like to see a complete list of all the changes, please visit the DisplayFusion Change Log. We'd like to send out a big thanks to the dozens of people who helped with the DisplayFusion translations, and the thousands of people that helped test the Beta versions. Thanks everyone!

May 22, 2011  • #1
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Brian Jackson3
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Awesome, can't wait to try the new version out at work tomorrow. Keep up the great work!
May 23, 2011  • #2
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Alan Wade1
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Whilst the Start Button and Start Menu are a welcome change they dont render graphically when using WindowBlinds. The Start button is the normal windows Start button although with my skin it isnt and only the left half of the Start Menu is showing.
May 23, 2011  • #3
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
@Brian Jackson: Thanks! Hope you like the new features!

@Alan Wade: Unfortunately there are a few compatibility issues with WindowBlinds. However, we are in contact with the WindowBlinds team to see if we can work together to resolve the issues.
May 23, 2011  • #4
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Sean Bryant
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Thanks so much! These new features make it even better!
May 23, 2011  • #5
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Luke26
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I just love the image of the globe map in blue in the first image example (Wallpaper Image Info screenshot)

Can you share the source?
Thanks
May 24, 2011  • #6
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
@Luke: Sure! It's actually from Vladstudio.com. You can find the image here: http://www.vladstudio.com/wallpaper/?typographic_world_map_dark/800x600/low

You can also load images directly from Vladstudio.com by choosing it from the "Load From..." drop down in the DisplayFusion Desktop Wallpaper configuration :)
May 24, 2011  • #7
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G.M.P. van Dam
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Display Fusion (v3.3.1) works great on my Windows 7 PC. Just what I was looking for. I can even compensate my wallpaper for the frames of my LCD displays. I use it in addition with the snap to grid of AMD/ATI's Hypervision.
Jun 3, 2011  • #8
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