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Shortcut to directly load next images?

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I would like an easier way to load the next/random images.

Right now you have to navigate down three menu levels to get to the "Load next image" command. (Correct me if I am wrong, it is not like this is a minor command...)

I would love an option to have this command as the main one when I double click on the DisplayFusion icon.

In alternative, or even better, it would be neat to have a shortcut commandline or something, so that I can create my custom button to load a different wallpaper background whenever I feel like it, without having to enable the hotkeys (I don't use them) or navigate three menu levels down (from an icon I keep hidden in the tray anyway).

(Before you suggest it, to use the titlebar button is not good either, because you want to be able to use the command when all windows are minimized and you have the desktop background in front of you.)
Nov 12, 2010  • #1
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
You can assign a key combination and use a HotKey to change the wallpaper. By default this HotKey is set to "Ctrl + Win + R". Enjoy!
Nov 12, 2010  • #2
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As I said, I don't use hotkeys, I need something controlled by the mouse.
Nov 12, 2010  • #3
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go to the titlebar interface and look around, you'll find it, I have this myself so i know it works.

Sigh. Please read the last sentence of my first post. Unless it is a custom not to read anything that goes on longer than a paragraph...
Nov 13, 2010  • #4
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@nonhocapito: I'm assuming you're responding to a now-deleted post in your last message. Full command line support is planned for version 3.3, which is planned for release in early 2011. In the meantime you have these 3 options for loading the next random image:
- HotKey
- TitleBar Button
- Tray icon

These will have to hold you over until the next big release.
Nov 15, 2010  • #5
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I would like the ability to go to the next image by double clicking on the tray icon as well.

The ability to change double click tray icon function, to be any number of commands would be great (add mouse buttons to the hotkey options) at the moment it just opens the wallpapers configuration page, which is not something that you realy need to access that much.
Aug 15, 2011 (modified Aug 15, 2011)  • #6
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Replied to this in the other thread as well, but we are planning on making the system tray context menu fully customizable in the future, including the ability to customize the default double-click behaviour.

Aug 16, 2011  • #7
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