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Move Windows taskbar after turning monitors back on

Beak
15 discussion posts
I use multi-monitor taskbars with two monitors. I always keep the Windows taskbar on my secondary monitor and the DF taskbar on my primary monitor. I turn off both my monitors on a regular basis but whenever I turn them back on, the Windows taskbar always ends up on my primary monitor, which causes the DF taskbar to end up on my secondary monitor. I always have to unlock my Windows taskbar and manually move it back to my secondary monitor. How can I use DisplayFusion to automatically move the Windows taskbar to my secondary monitor after I turn both my monitors back on? (I've attached a screenshot of my DF Taskbar settings.)
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10 days ago  • #1
Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Unfortunately that Windows taskbar just moves on it's own, and we don't have any control over that
8 days ago  • #2
Beak
15 discussion posts
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Unfortunately that Windows taskbar just moves on it's own, and we don't have any control over that


So there's no way for DF to move the Windows taskbar after the fact? It's something that always has to be moved manually?
8 days ago  • #3
Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Correct, we're able to move it to specific splits on a monitor, but we can't move it to a different physical monitor.
7 days ago  • #4
Lahma
20 discussion posts
As a programmer, I'm curious by what you mean when you say you don't have control over certain things or don't have the ability to fix them. Are you saying that the required classes/methods are not public and/or not documented and therefore would just require too much time/effort to reverse engineer or is there some other problem?
1 day ago  • #5
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