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Feature request - "Move to main screen"

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I would very much like the option to add a button to my windows that will "move to main screen".
I have a "move to left" and "move to right" (or is it next and previous?) but I cant seem to find a way to move the window to my main screen.

My setup might be a little strange.
I use 3 screens (atm... I do not rule out the possibility of more)
They are located from left to right on a line
I have 1680x1050 as my main screen, and 2x 1280x1024 screens flanking my main.
I use the flanking screens for secondary tasks and for statistics and resource overview for my company network.
When I need to address a problem I usually move that window to the main screen.

Ofcourse there is no problem dragging this window manually...
But I could definately use that extra button (and the hotkey functionality that goes with it)!


When (or IF maybe..) I attach additional screens they will have to go over my existing ones due to workplace real estate.
Then it would be very conventient to mark one of my screens as a main viewer and have a shortcut that will move windows there....
Nov 20, 2009  • #1
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
For a future version of DisplayFusion I am planning on adding the ability to create custom HotKeys to move to a specific monitor. This will work perfectly for this situation, but unfortunately it isn't in DisplayFusion yet.
Nov 21, 2009  • #2
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If that custom hotkey also could be mapped to a button similar to "move next" and "move previous" that would be an optimal solution.

Do you have a roadmap that shows when this feature is planned?
Nov 22, 2009  • #3
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
That feature is planned for version 3.2. I am releasing version 3.1.6 this year (if testing goes well) so I'll be getting down to work on version 3.2 in the new year.
Nov 23, 2009  • #4
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