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Bryan Crockett
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I have a bunch of functions setup to control window placement on my monitors and today noticed that one was not working correctly. I went to check the function and found two weird things. First, all my custom funtions have been duplicated (see attachment 1) and the one for moving the window has a negative Y-axis value.

Any ideas what happened? The only thing I have changed was to try to setup the automated process to restore window placement when I redock my laptop at work.
• Attachment [protected]: DisplayFusion_Image1.png [62,684 bytes]
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21 days ago  • #1
Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
We had someone else report this but I can't seem to reproduce it here. If you delete one of the duplicate functions does it delete all of them? You can create a backup of your settings via the DisplayFusion Settings Window > Options > Export Settings.

The X & Y coordinates are based on the 0,0 location of your primary monitor, so if that location is to the left of your primary, it will use a negative value
20 days ago  • #2
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Bryan Crockett
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I figured out the positioning problem. I was using the wrong Key Combo.

As for the duplicates, I was able to restore an auto-backup from earlier in the week and it put everything back to how it was supposed to be set. Just really weird.

I did try deleting the duplicates and it didn't remove the all at once. I had to do it one at a time and when I would remove one, I would get an error about binding the key combos since, I think, it was trying to do multiple entries to one combo. That got really annoying, I gave up, and realized I had a backup from Monday that restored everything back to normal.
20 days ago  • #3
Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Could you send me over the backup you loaded?
17 days ago  • #4
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