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Feature Request: Screen layout profiles

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I would love to see a future version of DisplayFusion Pro be able to store multiple monitor layout profiles. By this I mean number of monitors, monitor resolution for each, and relative position (which is primary and where physically the secondary/tertiary/etc. monitors are located).

I currently use UltraMon for this function but I would rather have only one resident application running.

Thank you for creating a great product. I use the new multi-monitor taskbar and the windows placement hot-keys multiple times each day.

- Brad
Apr 23, 2009  • #1
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Much to my merriment, Jon replied in a recent post saying that there will soon be profiles will soon be available.
Apr 30, 2009  • #2
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Actually, can we get a definition of "sooner"? I see that 3.04 is in the oven now so what kind of a time line do you see for 3.1? :?
I really really hope we see profiles in 3.1 rather than “soon after”…

Thanks a bunch! I really enjoy this product! :-D
Apr 30, 2009  • #3
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I am planning on including screen profiles in version 3.2, but this is always subject to change as time permits. I am planning version 3.1 to be released in 1-2 months, and version 3.2 in roughly 3-6 months. Sorry I can't be more specific.
May 5, 2009  • #4
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No worries, Jon, you're already miles ahead of the competition and we greatly appreciate your hard work. :-D
May 5, 2009  • #5
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This sounds alot like a feature I was thinking about.

I use my laptop with different monitors at different times. When I plug into monitor X, I'd like it to show X's picture. When I plug into Y, I'd like it to show Y's picture. I think that you can obtain monitor information do you can identify the monitors and allow this type of profiling.

I hope that's what you mean by this feature request. That'd be great!
May 8, 2009  • #6
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