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Problems with Display Fusion, Black box? messy icons, locking windows?

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Daniel Sommer
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Hey there!

I just downloaded Display Fusion 4, it seems like a gr8 software but i have some issues.

First of all i get this ugly black box with 2 arrows on the 2. screen? what is this and how do i remove it? (see attachement)
2. my icons dont go all the way down ontop of the taskbar anymoore, it just stucks way above it? (see attachement)

Also i was wondering if there is any way to lock a window, like mirc or utorrent to 1 screen so it does not move?
with my old ati card and hydravision i could just do pin to screen and it would not move. the problem is that all my icons and windows gets all messy when playing games in lower ressolutions then my native one (1920x1080)

Thanks for any help!

-Danny
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May 28, 2012  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Glad to hear you like DisplayFusion!

I'm not sure what that black box would be, it doesn't look like anything from DisplayFusion. If you exit DisplayFusion, does it go away?

The issue with the desktop icons is more of a Windows bug that seems to be triggered by DisplayFusion some times, although there's unfortunately nothing we can do about it . The only thing I can suggest there is to right-click the desktop and turn off the Align to Grid option. Then you can place the icons wherever you like. After doing that, you can also save them as a Desktop Icon Profile, if you're running the Pro version of DisplayFusion.

As for your request about locking an application to a certain monitor: It's not currently possible, but it is on our feature request list. I've added your vote to the request and I'll be sure to let you know if/when we're able to implement it.

Thanks!
May 30, 2012  • #2
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