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Middle-click to move windows not working properly since 9.4 update

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Neal Wright
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Middle-click to move full-screen windows (i.e. remote desktop connection) on my Windows 10 machine is not working properly. The screen moves but the dropdown titlebar that is available with remote desktop connections remains on the previous screen.
Dec 21, 2018  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
If you roll back to 9.3, does it work correctly again?
https://www.binaryfortress.com/Files/DisplayFusion/DisplayFusionSetup-9.3c.exe
Dec 22, 2018  • #2
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Neal Wright
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Without rolling back I can tell you for sure it worked in 9.3 (before I upgraded to 9.4 this week).
Dec 23, 2018  • #3
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
How many different applications are you having this issue with? Is it just the RDP application? Does it happen when the RDP application is fullscreen or windowed as well? Thanks!
Dec 27, 2018  • #4
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ChristerT
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If you roll back to 9.3, does it work correctly again?
https://www.binaryfortress.com/Files/DisplayFusion/DisplayFusionSetup-9.3c.exe

I can confirm that after the roll back, the move with middle-click again works without problems.
This with Windows 10 and Firefox 64.0
Jan 10, 2019  • #5
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Neal Wright
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interesting. i have replied and have even seen your confirmation that you have duplicated the problem, but they arent showing up in this thread.
Jan 10, 2019  • #6
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
@Neal: Are you thinking of the right thread? I haven't reproduced this issue yet here. Working on testing it today
Jan 10, 2019  • #7
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
@ChristerT: Firefox seems to work for me with 9.4.3 on Windows 10. Are you middle-clicking the titlebar, or the caption buttons?

@Neal: I was able to reproduce your issue, looks like we had another report of it already as well so I've added your info to the open ticket.

Thanks!
Jan 10, 2019  • #8
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interesting. i have replied and have even seen your confirmation that you have duplicated the problem, but they arent showing up in this thread.


I see what happened here, you replied to the email notification, which ends up in our email support system and I replied there :)
Jan 10, 2019  • #9
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Neal Wright
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Jan 10, 2019  • #10
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Yep, sorry, I replied above just before your reply. Replying to the email notifications goes into our email support system, not back to the discussions topic.
Jan 10, 2019  • #11
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ChristerT
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Could it be! ─ I'm using a 14-inch laptop with a 27-inch monitor.

What was happened with 9.4.X when I moved it is that it keep the "same physical size" of window in the 27" that it was on the 14" - meaning it is very small on the 27", unless I don't move a maximized window. With 9.3 there is no problems.
The screen resolution are the same om both screens 1920x1080

If you look in Windows 10, Display Options >> Scale and Layout it is seen that the recommendation is 150% for this size (14") of screen.
Perhaps this is what sets it up for 9.4.x but works well with version 9.3

@ChristerT: Firefox seems to work for me with 9.4.3 on Windows 10. Are you middle-clicking the titlebar, or the caption buttons?
I don't have the titlebar on with Firefox so I middle-clicking the caption buttons.

Hope all this explains a little better!
Jan 15, 2019  • #12
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
I can't seem to reproduce that. I have monitors 1 and 2, both at 1920x1080. Monitor 1 is 100% scaling, monitor 2 is 150% scaling. When I middle-click move the Firefox window, regardless of whether it's maximized or not, the size is correct on monitor 2.

Did I miss any steps?
Jan 16, 2019  • #13
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ChristerT
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Did I miss any steps?

Perhaps this
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Monitor 1 is 100% scaling, monitor 2 is 150% scaling


Windows 10 is in the laptop and has monitor 1 (14") and the recommendation by Windows 10 is 150% for this size (14") of screen. Monitor 2 (27") is 100% scaling.

Attached screenshoots should try to show the differences in the DF versions. NOTE that you only see the entire workspace and not the physical size ratio (14"and 27") screens between the two.
NOTE that this time I had the titlebar on and used this as well.
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Jan 17, 2019  • #14
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Ah yep, I had the scaling levels backwards, I think I can reproduce this now. Does it happen to you for all apps, or just Firefox?
Jan 17, 2019  • #15
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ChristerT
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Ah yep, I had the scaling levels backwards, I think I can reproduce this now. Does it happen to you for all apps, or just Firefox?

As far as I can see ALL APPS, except those that are static, for example. settings windows for DF.
Jan 18, 2019  • #16
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Yep, ok, I can indeed reproduce this here now, but I think the change in behaviour may actually be a bug we fixed. If you have Firefox on the laptop, then drag it manually with the mouse over to the next monitor, does it also shrink to the same size as when you use middle-click move?
Jan 18, 2019  • #17
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ChristerT
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Yes
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Jan 19, 2019  • #18
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Ok, yep, so this is the expected behaviour now since we fixed the scaling bug for the "Move Window to Next Monitor" function, which is what the titlebar middle-click does.

We're planning to add an option to choose the middle-click behaviour at some point, but for now, you could add the "Move Window to Next Monitor and Size Proportionally" function as a TitleBar Button, and that should size the window like you had before.

Hope that helps!
Jan 22, 2019  • #19
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Neal Wright
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Since this thread has become a conglomerate of mutliple issues I just wanted to make sure my original issue has indeed been duplicated and is being worked on. I'm attching two screenshots. one before right-clicking on the RDP dropdown bar and the other after right-clicking. In the second image you can see that the RDP window has indeed moved to the middle screen but the dropdown remains on the left screen. After a few seconds the dropdown disappears, never to reappear. I have to close the RDP window from the start menu.
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Jan 31, 2019  • #20
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
@Neal: This should actually be fixed up in 9.5 Beta 1, I just hadn't had a chance to do follow-ups yet. If you still run into trouble after updating to the beta, please let us know.

Thanks!
Jan 31, 2019  • #21
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Neal Wright
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Got it! Thanks!
Jan 31, 2019  • #22
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