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Is there a way to put the 'Windows' Taskbar in the middle of a 49" Widescreen monitor (without Splits)?

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Snacko
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I played with Splits and was able to just have the Windows Taskbar in the middle 30% of the screen. I made several splits so the physical monitor was full. But I couldn't find a custom taskbar button that would just let me go to the next physical monitor and ignore the splits. So, I delete all of my splits and just made a small one 80 pixels high at the top/center for the Taskbar.

But now, when I use the Move to Next Monitor Taskbar button, it goes to that tiny split.

Is there a way to either:
Have Splits and some function that will to to the next physical monitor (ignoring splits)? Then I could do both, move to Next 'monitor' split, and move to next physical monitor?
or
Get the Windows Taskbar to be centered on the monitor, without splits? And then I'll make buttons to just move windows to certain locations without using splits.

Sorry if I'm confusing.. ???
Nov 16, 2022  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
We should be able to add a "Move Window to Next Monitor (Ignore Splits)" function for the next beta. In the meantime, if you uncheck the "Window Management" box in the Monitor Config window, then it will still constrain the taskbar to the splits, but window functions will ignore the splits.
Nov 18, 2022  • #2
Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Just wanted to follow-up and let you know that we've implemented this feature request in the latest beta version of DisplayFusion. You can download the latest beta version from the link below:

http://www.displayfusion.com/Download/Beta/

Thanks!
Dec 1, 2022  • #3
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