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Dave Stewart4
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It seems to be a fairly arbitrary choice to move the window to the next monitor. Perhaps I will start doing that as I get used to my new 3 (from 2) monitor setup.

However, what about a dropdown with some alternative options? In most (modern) apps I use, a middle click on a tab is usually used to close it. Having it close the window would add some continuity. Another alternative would be to duplicate the window, as in a taskbar middle click.

This gives us at least 3 options for a dropdown, which would provide perhaps a more intuitive choice per user.

Nov 20, 2012  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on
We're actually planning on adding this at some point, so we'll be sure to post an update when we do :)

Nov 20, 2012  • #2
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Is there any update on this?
[reading screen] "To Start Press Any Key". Where's the ANY key? I see Esk ["ESC"], Catarl ["CTRL"], and Pig-Up [";PGUP"]. There doesn't seem to be any ANY key. Woo! All this computer hacking is making me thirsty. I think I'll order a TAB. [presses TAB key]
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Aug 8, 2013  • #3
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on
Not yet. We did add functionality that lets you hold Shift while middle-clicking to move it to the previous monitor. But the other suggested options have not been implemented yet. We'll definitely post an update when they are :)
Aug 9, 2013  • #4
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Hi, just wanted to add it's very annoying as a Firefox user, as closing any tab via middle click moves the browser to the next monitor. I haven't found the option to disable this feature.
Nov 4, 2023 (modified Nov 4, 2023)  • #5
Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)'s profile on
You can disable that setting via the DisplayFusion Settings > Window Management > Uncheck "Enable window caption middle-clicking to move windows to the next monitor".

I tested with Firefox on my end and it seemed to close fine without moving the window. What version of Firefox are you running?
Nov 6, 2023  • #6
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