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Requesting 2 features for wallpaper settings.

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JDroo
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Would be nice if the wallpaper settings would allow using two separate images to set a wallpaper, a "background" image and a "foreground" image, So if using an image with a transparent .png, or an image with a weird aspect ratio as the foreground image, it will have a nice background image behind it as an option besides just a solid color or a gradient.

I know I can set these up manually by doing it myself in an image editing program, but it would be neat, and very helpful is there was a wallpaper program out there that could do this natively with very little extra work needing to be done by the user.

It would also be nice in the slideshow settings, being if an image does not fit right, it will have an image behind it to fill in the rest besides just a solid color, or gradient.

I included a mock up of what I mean, if it's at all confusing, the first image is the wallpaper set with no foreground image, the second image is the same wallpaper before, but with a transparent .png of some random cat I found on google as the foreground wallpaper. lol.

And just had an idea, would be kinda cool if could have the background image and MULTIPLE small .pngs as foreground images, just placed where I want. lol But I'd just be fine with the first Idea, the second one was just an afterthought.
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Another request is an option to have a main monitor background, and all the secondary monitors share a single wallpaper, I set this up manually a lot, usually I like to have a nice textured background as my secondary wallpapers, and a silly, or nice image as the main monitors background. Yet the only options we have by default at "Span an image across all monitors", "use a different Image for each monitor", and "use the same image on all monitors".

Usually I just do "use a different Image for each monitor", and set this up all manually, but once again, this would be a nice feature for Display Fusion to have by default.
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12 days ago  • #1
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Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)
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Hello,

I spoke with our developers about this, but unfortunately it's not something we're able to do.

Sorry I couldn't be of more help!
6 days ago  • #2
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