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Middle Clicking Not Functioning

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Long time DF user, first time posting in the forums.
First, I have to say after perusing the forum, this is a very organized supporting community forum. :)

I bring forth 2 questions for your input:
After updating from DisplayFusion 3.1.6 to 3.1.7, middle clicking window moving has stopped working for me in Windows 7 Ultimate x64. It continues to function on my XP machines.
I've double checked that the feature is checked-to-enable in the Window Management section of Settings. The computer has been rebooted, I've exited and re opened DF, and even uninstalled, downloaded a fresh copy of 3.1.7 & re-installed with no changes.

The second thing I've noticed is the Show monitor selector while dragging seems intermittent; sometimes it will show up, and sometimes it does not. This actually happens on my XP machine as well as W7.

Any suggestions, or has anyone else experienced this?

Other Details:
-Windows 7 Ultimate x64
-3 LCD monitors spanning 2 video cards (non SLI):
-Mon1: NVidia GTX260
-Mon2: NVidia GF8800GTS
-Mon3: NVidia GF8800GTS
-ForceWare Driver 196.21 x64
-Virtual: LogMeIn and VNC Mirror Drivers for remote desktop
Feb 6, 2010  • #1
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So, strangely enough after several reboots (completely unrelated) everything is back to normal; middle click is working with all 3 monitors. I have no idea what changed to have caused or solved the problem...
Feb 8, 2010  • #2
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Sometimes after an update the DisplayFusion hook doesn't get completely unloaded/reloaded, but rebooting usually solves that. I'm glad to hear you got it working again.
Feb 8, 2010  • #3
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Thanks Jon.
I'll be sure to post up again if I find anything relevant, though I suspect this was completely isolated.
Feb 8, 2010  • #4
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Logoff-logon is an underused tool for resetting system state.

Granted, it only takes a little more time to do the whole reboot.
Feb 8, 2010  • #5
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
@taoyue: Very true, thanks.
Feb 8, 2010  • #6
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