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Installed DisplayFusion. Here are a few things I noticed

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Andreas Sheriff50776
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Hi,

If these things are already known just call me Nancy and say you're working on it. lol

The auto-split nVidia surround doesn't take into account the biezel. I had to set up a monitor profile to make it work.

I can't figure out a way to automatically activate and configure nVidia surround when I choose a surround monitor profile. Perhaps use a COM object to enable this?

Notifications appear on the very right monitor. This should be configurable. Whenever I run a normal multimonitor Windows profile I set the center monitor as the primary monitor.

There appears to be a 1px border around maximized windows.

That's it for now. I'll continue using the trial/standard unitil there's a sale on Steam.
Jan 10, 2020  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
They are already known, but I won't call you Nancy

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The auto-split nVidia surround doesn't take into account the biezel. I had to set up a monitor profile to make it work.

That's correct, DisplayFusion can't currently automatically detect the bezel correction settings, so it's currently a manual setup.

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I can't figure out a way to automatically activate and configure nVidia surround when I choose a surround monitor profile. Perhaps use a COM object to enable this?

We've tried a few times to toggle Surround via the NVIDIA API but every time the API has been unreliable. If we're able to find a stable way to do this in the future, we definitely will include it in an update.

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Notifications appear on the very right monitor. This should be configurable. Whenever I run a normal multimonitor Windows profile I set the center monitor as the primary monitor.

This unfortunately isn't something we can do anything about. Windows doesn't allow the notifications to be moved

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There appears to be a 1px border around maximized windows.

This is due to having to resize the windows to fit the splits, so they're not truly maximized. Sorry!

Please let us know if you have any further questions at all.

Thanks!
Jan 13, 2020 (modified Jan 13, 2020)  • #2
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