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A recent AVG and Avast antivirus update is preventing DisplayFusion 9.9 from launching on some systems.
If you're running into this issue, please update to the latest DisplayFusion 10.0 Beta.

v3.5.0 Beta 3 kills IE?

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Jon et al,
Just updated to v3.5.0 Beta 3 from b2.
Now I open IE then click on favorite and IE is killed. Opening IE results in instant crash. Killing DF allows IE to work.
Verified on 2 separate systems W7 x86 and x64 with differnent application sets. Seems O.K. if only one tab open; opening another tab or ctrl click causes problem.
Please test?
Can you provided link to b2; I need to go back to that version, unless you can fix ASAP?
Feb 8, 2012 (modified Feb 8, 2012)  • #1
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Hey all,
I, too, have this problem. Posted about it on the Facebook B3 announcement earlier. Log is attached if you need it. Gonna revert to released version until next beta. Thanks for the hard work, as always!
• Attachment [protected]: Log_JTS_Beta3.txt [37,982 bytes]
Feb 8, 2012  • #2
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Working OK on my system (Win 7 Ultimate 64bit).
Feb 8, 2012  • #3
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Same issue here. Win7 (64). As long as DF is running i'm not able to open any instance of IE. The window shows and immediately disappears, no difference if i open an empty one or if i click on an external bookmark or link.

In addition to that i also notice:
- sudden complete system freezes for multiple minutes with no CPU activity in task manager
- lost possibility to mark words or sentences in emails or acrobat PDF documents by clicking and dragging the mouse. I can only put the cursor to a position, but not drag and highlight a piece of text any more.

As soon as DF is closed, all of this is working again.
Feb 8, 2012  • #4
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We've confirmed these issues, and they seem to be related to some changes we made to the TitleBar Buttons. We've pulled the download of Beta 3 until we can get it resolved, so in the meantime as a workaround, you can either disable the TitleBar Buttons for the affected applications using the Compatibility tab, or you can revert back to 3.5 Beta 2 by downloading and reinstalling it from here:

Sorry for the inconvenience, we'll hopefully have it sorted out soon!
Feb 8, 2012  • #5
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Thanks Keith. As always, we appreciate you folks' service and hard work to keep DisplayFusion the awesome program it is! :)
Feb 8, 2012  • #6
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No worries, glad to hear it!
Feb 8, 2012  • #7
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on
Beta 4 is now available, and this issue should be all fixed up.

Feb 9, 2012  • #8
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