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Possible DisplayFusion 9.7 taskbar bugs

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Dragonah
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Not sure if there's a dedicated location for reporting bugs but i feel like i should bring a couple ive found to attention before i forget them.

The first ive noticed is that when using vlc to play a video in fullscreen mode, if there is another window maximized behind it that has a webgame using flash/unity (not sure which one the game is programmed with, sorry) then the fullscreen video will suffer from screen tearing down at the bottom where the taskbar is hidden behind the video. minimizing the window with the webgame resolves this.

The second issue ive noticed is that if i enable the auto-hide feature of one of the displayfusion taskbars on my triple monitor setup it causes the vertical spacing between desktop icons to change and move everything upwards, leaving a ton of empty space at the bottom of the desktop where no icon can reside. if i turn the auto-hide funtion off the icon spacing returns to normal. this only happens on one monitor.

to dig into this a bit further, my monitor layout is as follows:
-left and right monitors are the secondary monitors and using the displayfusion taskbars and have no shortcuts or files/folders on them
-center monitor is the primary display as set in the windows display settings and uses the default windows taskbar and has various shortcuts and files/folders on it.
-the left monitor taskbar is the one that causes the icon spacing issue when auto-hide it enabled on it. the right one does not affect icon spacing at all by enabling auto-hide
14 days ago  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
For the VLC tearing issue, if you exit DisplayFusion, that doesn't happen at all?

Regarding the desktop icons, unfortunately this isn't something we have control over. When the DisplayFusion taskbar height changes (e.g. from the full 30px when it's not in auto-hide, to 2px when it's in auto-hide), Windows sees the work area change and adjusts the desktop icon grid based on whatever math they use to calculate it.
14 days ago  • #2
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Dragonah
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For the VLC tearing issue, if you exit DisplayFusion, that doesn't happen at all?


That's correct.
14 days ago  • #3
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Ok, interesting. It could be caused by the DisplayFusion taskbar trying to force itself to the bottom. If you enable the "Ignore full screen" option in the DisplayFusion Settings > Advanced Settings window, does that make any difference at all?
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