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Manually resizing window while overlapping two monitors

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I am using one ultrawide monitor and I have split this monitor into 4 "virtual monitors". This way I can open 4 different chrome browsers and place one in each virtual monitor.

Question #1:
I want to be able to increase the size of a browser and make it larger than the restrictions of one "virtual monitor" (and make it overlap 2 different virtual monitors). However, when I try to manually increase the size of a monitor, it instantly hops from one virtual monitor to the next (not allowing to overlap 2 virtual monitors).
Is there a way to do this without loading a different profile?

Question #2:
Also, when a browser is on maximize-size mode, I can't manually resize it. So I have to unclick the "maximize" box on the browser and then manually resize. But this makes things difficult because when I unclick the "maximize" box, the browser instantly moves and shrinks (it does not maintain it's maximize size). Which sucks because I just want to make the maximized window a bit wider, so that it overlaps 2 virtual monitors without having to change profiles.

Is this possible?

Thanks in advance.
Apr 19, 2021  • #1
Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com

1) You should be able to use Custom Functions to set the position of the Window you would like. I'll attach an example of one below that will move the window to the top half of your monitor.


2) We have a scripted function in our repository called "Increase Window Height/Width by 10%", that should be able to help you out here. You can download it by opening the DisplayFusion Settings window > Functions > Scripted Functions > Download Scripted Function.

Hope that helps!
Apr 20, 2021  • #2
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