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Charles7
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New user, I have some comments and questions....

1. I'd like to move all windows to the current monitor with the taskbar context menu, or a "taskbar shortcut"

2. The taskbar shortcuts are too far apart, I didn't see an adjustment.

3. I'd like to edit the context menu options, I would remove the desktop background / screensaver options and put other things there like "move all windows to this monitor"

4. I set a bunch of hotkeys, then hit apply and most of them failed due conflict with windows keys. Would be helpful if conflicting ones showed right away in red.

5. Bug? My hotkey name column was approx 10ft wide, I had to scroll WAAAY over to find the "Key Combination Column" then a double click in between column headers reset it back to normal.

6. For the Date/Time display help....
http://www.displayfusion.com/AdvancedSettings/#taskbar-clocktext
No {} or [] or "" are needed in the field.
A good place to look for examples is Start / Run / intl.cpl

This:
ddd, MMM dd \n h:mm tt
Looks like:
Sat, Apr 14
3:14 PM

This:
yyyy-MM-dd\nHH:mm
Looks like:
2012-04-14
15:14
Apr 15, 2012 (modified Apr 16, 2012)  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Thanks for trying out DisplayFusion!

1. You can move all windows to the current monitor using the built-in HotKey (you'll need to assign a key combination to it in the Settings > HotKey tab). In the latest beta versions, you can also add that HotKey (or any HotKey) to the right-click menu for the program buttons on the DisplayFusion taskbar.

2. The Taskbar Button Gap Size can be customized in the DisplayFusion Advanced Settings (the Advanced Settings button is at the bottom of the regular Settings window).

3. We currently have an open feature request for this, so I've added your vote.

4. Good suggestion! The only way to check whether a HotKey is already registered by some other program, or Windows, is to actually try to register it in DisplayFusion, so this may slow down the UI too much, but we'll check it out anyways and see what we can do.

5. By default, all of the columns fit inside the Settings window. Did you have a HotKey name that was really long? Just trying to figure out if there's some condition that will reproduce it without actually just dragging the column to be really wide.

6. Thanks for the suggestions! The [ ] are needed for showing the Week Number values. As for the { }, that's an external article, so I'll add a note to ours that they are not needed.

Thanks!
Apr 16, 2012  • #2
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Charles7
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Thanks for trying out DisplayFusion!

1. You can move all windows to the current monitor using the built-in HotKey (you'll need to assign a key combination to it in the Settings > HotKey tab). In the latest beta versions, you can also add that HotKey (or any HotKey) to the right-click menu for the program buttons on the DisplayFusion taskbar.

Great, I'll update to beta.

2. The Taskbar Button Gap Size can be customized in the DisplayFusion Advanced Settings (the Advanced Settings button is at the bottom of the regular Settings window).

That adjusts the gap between the open windows on the task bar.
I was referring to the gap between .. Settings -> Taskbar -> Taskbar Shortcuts - These are separate.


3. We currently have an open feature request for this, so I've added your vote.
Thanks

4. Good suggestion! The only way to check whether a HotKey is already registered by some other program, or Windows, is to actually try to register it in DisplayFusion, so this may slow down the UI too much, but we'll check it out anyways and see what we can do.

Cool. Once you know, it's not an issue.

5. By default, all of the columns fit inside the Settings window. Did you have a HotKey name that was really long? Just trying to figure out if there's some condition that will reproduce it without actually just dragging the column to be really wide.

It was like that the first time I looked at it. Some weird glitch. I didn't think there were any assignments already, until I saw that scroll bar at the bottom, like a spreadsheet in an accountants dreams.

6. Thanks for the suggestions! The [ ] are needed for showing the Week Number values. As for the { }, that's an external article, so I'll add a note to ours that they are not needed.
For me, if there were a couple examples, I'd just set one for now, maybe later adjust it. It was a bit frustrating to not have a definite example that works the first time I did it. The link goes to a coding page, at first it looked like the entry would include format() and .tostring and such *noobs*

Thanks!
Apr 17, 2012  • #3
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Cool, thanks! I've added your request to adjust the shortcut gap size to our list. Please let me know if the weird column size issue shows up in the HotKey list again.
Apr 17, 2012  • #4
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Just a quick update to let you know that we've added an Advanced Setting ("Taskbar Shortcut Gap Size (X)") in the Advanced Settings for 4.2 Beta 2.

Thanks!
Sep 14, 2012  • #5
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