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DisplayFusion v2.0.1 Released

I'm happy to announce that DisplayFusion v2.0 was a huge success! On it's first day after being released it chalked up over 8,000 downloads within the first 24 hours. With this flurry of downloads came a number of bug reports as well, most of them relating to minor issues or issues that were hardware specific. I have done my best to keep on top of the issues over the last 4 days and I've bundled all of the fixes into the latest release, v2.0.1. I'd like to give a big thank you to everyone who has reported the issues so far, and to those who helped me with testing this new release. DisplayFusion wouldn't be as solid as it is today without everyone's help.

Now, down to business. The change log shows over a dozen changes in this release, so I won't list them all here. Little things like grammatical mistakes, tab order and control focus issues have all been addressed. Along with bigger things like window spanning now working in all situations, and DisplayFusion properly detecting resolution changes so it can automatically adjust your wallpaper. Some new things were added as well, like the ability to rename custom hotkeys and 2 new system tray menu items for going to the next random image or "freezing" the current random image if you are using the random wallpaper option. If you are interested in reading about all the changes included I invite you to take a look at the full change log.

Thank you all for your continued support, and I hope you enjoy this new release of DisplayFusion!

Feb 7, 2008  • #1
Gary Ladue
1 discussion post
I am having a weird problem since I upgraded to the Pro version. I'm running Vista Ultimate. When I have the image span the entire desktop (2 19" LCDs) what shows through the opaque taskbar is the bottom of the image on the opposite monitor from the taskbar. I've tried rebooting and moving the taskbar, but nothing works. If I hide the taskbar, the correct image shows, but as soon as I show the taskbar again, the opposite image shows behind it.
Feb 8, 2008  • #2
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
This is a problem that I have noticed in only in Windows Vista, and I have no idea what's wrong. Pretty much every computer I've used has this problem, and unfortunately it doesn't appear to be anything wrong with DisplayFusion. I'm waiting for Vista SP1 to see if this issue will get corrected.
Feb 9, 2008  • #3
Frank Bailey
1 discussion post
Still no drag and drop support for the images? Come on this is 2008
Feb 14, 2008  • #4
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Frank: Drag/drop support and copy/paste support is coming in v2.0.2... don't worry.
Feb 17, 2008  • #5
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