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René van Hout82275
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Hi,

I'm new to DisplayFusion and have a newbie question (can't find it in the documentation): is it possible to issue automatically a DF-command as soon as DF is active at system boot?
I use a certain mouse setting and have to do it each time manually. No big deal, just one command, but it would be nice if there is such a facility available.

(I use DF for a week now and can't do without it already, how did I survive all these years...)

Thanks,
René
9 days ago (modified 9 days ago)  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
It sure is!

  • On the Settings > Triggers tab, add a new rule and choose "DisplayFusion Starts" for the Trigger Event.
  • Click Add > Run Function > New Custom Function.
  • In the Custom Function window, choose "Launch Application" as the Function Action.
  • Set the path to the EXE, and any command line parameters if needed.
  • Click OK, OK again, then Apply.
  • Reboot to test it out.

Hope that helps!
9 days ago  • #2
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René van Hout82275
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Hi Keith,
Thanks for your answer. The function you describe is to automatically run a program, right? I was not quite clear I'm afraid, I meant to issue a DF command.
The command I'd like to execute is 'Lock/Unlock Mouse Cursor to Current Monitor'.
Is that possible?
René
8 days ago  • #3
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Ah gotcha, sorry about that! You can do that as well, using a DisplayFusion Starts trigger. Just choose Add > Run Function, and choose the lock/unlock function from the list
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René van Hout82275
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Yes, great!
Thanks,
René
7 days ago  • #5
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