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Frogger
10 discussion posts
Hi there,

As an avid user (paid for) of Displayfusion on Windows, I'd just like to say thanks for this and I wonder if you can answer a question? I'm quite getting into Linux at the moment, but there isn't an equivalent of Displayfusion on it :'( - do you have any plans to produce a Linux variant of it, please?

Thanks very much.
Mar 14, 2016  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Thanks for the kind words! Unfortunately we don't have any plans for a Linux version at the moment, but if we do release one in the future, we'll be sure to let you know :)

Thanks!
Mar 14, 2016  • #2
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TREGOAT Yann
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Up this comment to see if any linux version of Display fusion is out now.
Feb 1, 2019  • #3
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Not yet, sorry!
Feb 5, 2019  • #4
wcizmowski's profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Keith, I know, DF is not a small application, but I think will be great to develop version /maybe smallest/ for Linux...
Apr 1, 2019  • #5
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
I've added your vote to the request for a Linux version, thanks :)
Apr 1, 2019  • #6
DSoS' profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Add my +1 to a Linux version as well. Display Fusion is one of the four programs that's holding me back from moving over to Linux completely. I could ignore the other three (games) but I'd just miss DF too much. :)
May 4, 2019  • #7
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Richard Sivak12133
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Also a +1 from me for a Linux version. In addition, if you wanted to create DisplayFusion Linux as an open source tool, I'd be happy to contribute, and potentially even write some code for it.
Nov 7, 2019  • #8
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BRUNO26
1 discussion post
One more vote from me to a Linux version.
Dec 14, 2019  • #9
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CleverCompiler
1 discussion post
+1
Apr 19, 2020  • #10
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Dan Geatens
2 discussion posts
That one more for dinner .... +1 for me to Can't live with out DF !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
May 25, 2020 (modified May 25, 2020)  • #11
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Dan Geatens
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Linux market share went up 700% windows update is going to kill windows!
May 25, 2020  • #12
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--87724
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+1 from me
Jan 30, 2021  • #13
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Khabato1
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+1 from me!:laugh:
Feb 3, 2021  • #14
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Stephan Wilkens
1 discussion post
+1 from me ;-)
Feb 28, 2021  • #15
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Evantaur
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+1 from me, i'd even buy it twise... :D

You can technically achieve screen zones with xrandr but it'll have drawbacks like full screen applications only fullscreening inside the zone instead of using the entire area.
Feb 28, 2021  • #16
Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Added!
Mar 2, 2021  • #17
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Marco Mustacchi
13 discussion posts
+1
it's not necessary to include all features at begnning
Profiles & shortcuts are eenough to start.
May 9, 2021  • #18
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gidnet
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+1 ... Linux is now in the mainstream ... many IT professionals are using it ... already purchased a license for my windows box and wouldn't hesitate to get one more for my laptop using linux. Cheer's
May 25, 2021  • #19
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Gwawl
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+1 has anyone tried Display Fusion with Linux using wine?
Jul 15, 2021  • #20
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SlickStretch
6 discussion posts
I would also like to express my desire for a Linux version of DisplayFusion.
Jul 26, 2021  • #21
wcizmowski's profile on WallpaperFusion.com
How do I opt out of following this discussion? I receive e-mails and I do not want to, Please help.
Jul 27, 2021  • #22
Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Hello,

Votes added!

@wcizmowski, If you head to our website and login, you can go to the "My Profile" section. If you click "Edit", you should see a checkbox for "Please email me Support Discussion Replies" that you can disable.

Thanks!
Jul 27, 2021  • #23
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tachmonite37
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+1 my vote for displayFusion on Linux. I would also love to see CliboardFusion on Linux too. Please add me to that list as well.
Sep 5, 2021  • #24
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Dean Mills
2 discussion posts
Please add my vote for a Linux version as well, even if it's just wallpaper management at this point!
Oct 12, 2021  • #25
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Joe Meat Mama
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+1 Please add my vote for a linux version of DF! I love the software, hence why I purchased it. I'm loving using Linux and would love to be able to add DF to my laptop. Even if the app has a bumpy start, you'll find many in the linux loving community willing to help develop the linux version of DF into what it is today in Windows!

Cheers,

Joe
Dec 15, 2021  • #26
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Dean Mills
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Would still love to see DF on Linux, but at least for spanning an image over multiple monitors I've finally found something that actually works! But for everything else DF brings to the table, I will still wait for it :)
Dec 15, 2021  • #27
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Kostya Kostyushko93627
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Quote:
Would still love to see DF on Linux, but at least for spanning an image over multiple monitors I've finally found something that actually works! But for everything else DF brings to the table, I will still wait for it :)

I just seen a nice youtube video about DF and was surprised that there is no Linux version yet. :'(

The linux comunity is growing fast, please consider to implement it.
Apr 25, 2023  • #28
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AmBiVeRtWVU
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+1 since windows 10 will expire in late 2025, many users will migrate their OS over to Linux because the CPUs that didnt make the Windows 11 cut are still more than capable. It would be smart to develop this product for Linux since Linux doesnt have much competition in this space. Gamers are very well supported on Steam for Linux. I plan to build a dual boot machine using x58 MB and i7 980x before October 2025
Aug 12, 2023  • #29
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Borislav Jordanov
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Please count my vote too! DF is the only program that was stopping me from migrating to Linux the last 5 years.::) There are so many users missing the dim monitors feature on Linux and there's no alternative for them. Press a key combo and specific monitors are dimmed. Press it again and resume. Press new combo and only active monitor is lighten up.

I'm trying to write my own script that does this right now, but your software is way more superior! It'll be a very smart move to release a stripped demo version for linux. You can even fund it with donations. See how many people will donate for the project and if the number grows continue development. Please consider!
Sep 21, 2023  • #30
Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Votes added :)
Sep 21, 2023  • #31
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Kanaan Collins13159
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throw in a vote from me.if not native Linux support, could yall at least make it work with proton through steam? given that yall already distribute the software through there
Feb 27, 2024 (modified Feb 27, 2024)  • #32
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Marcin Migdał78884
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+1 from me
Mar 11, 2024  • #33
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braun84596
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+1 that's almost the only thing that make me staying on win as host system ^^'
Just the split screen & profile switching that truely disable screens would be enought :)à
Mar 22, 2024 (modified Mar 22, 2024)  • #34
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Gmisc
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+1

Ended up buying a license, but was a close thing as I often use Ubuntu more than Windows.
21 days ago  • #35
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