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No taskbar icon for display fusion in windows 7 home premium 64bit

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ichabod165
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Hello,
I'm using Display Fusion 3.1.5 with Windows 7 Home Premium X64 and I like it.
But I have a small problem.
When the system is started, I miss the taskbar icon for display fusion. Although display fusion is running and working. In the task manager I see the two processes of display fusion (see screenshot attached).
If I need to change any settings of display fusion, I have to start display fusion via the start menu and the taskbar icon appears.
Any suggestions to solve this?
Thank you.
With kind regards
Dietmar
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Nov 4, 2009  • #1
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
So if DisplayFusion startup when Windows starts, then there is no tray icon? Or does this happen even when starting it manually using the icon?
Nov 4, 2009  • #2
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ichabod165
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Thank you for the reply.
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So if DisplayFusion startup when Windows starts, then there is no tray icon?

Yes , that's right. I've set the autostart option in the DisplayFusion settings and when Windows starts, there is no tray icon but DisplayFusion works. Also if I disabled the autostart in the DisplayFusion settings and put a DisplayFusion shortcut into the startup folder of windows. After a reboot DisplayFusion works but also no tray icon.

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Or does this happen even when starting it manually using the icon?

No. When starting it manually using the shortcut from the startmenu or a desktop shortcut, there is a tray icon.
Nov 4, 2009  • #3
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ichabod165
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New information. After adding some other programs to the startup folder, now I've got a tray icon for DisplayFusion. :-D
I've tried to replicate the problem by removing the additional programs from the startup folder. After that the tray icon of DisplayFusion was missing again after a reboot. Adding the other programs again to the startup the tray icon is back again.
I guess the problem has something to do with startup sequence. But now I cannot reproduce the problem. I've got everytime the tray icon of DisplayFusion.
Nov 5, 2009  • #4
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I'm glad to hear you got it working, I'll investigate why it isn't working before the next release. Thanks!
Nov 9, 2009  • #5
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