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Vertical taskbars prevent windows from raising

Andrew7
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I've been having this issue for awhile now, just didn't bother to report it. If it has already been reported, I apologize in advance.

I have 3 monitors (2 x 2K [2560x1440] in landscape mode, 1 monitor [1200x1900] in portrait mode), running Windows 10 ver 21H1, DisplayFusion ver 10.0 (beta3).

My main monitor has the Windows 10 taskbar. The other 2 use the DisplayFusion taskbar. All windows the taskbar is vertical on the left side of the screen.

Upon first logging in, the taskbars behave like normal. After several hours, though, I can no longer raise a window when I click on it from any taskbar. I hover oven the icon and I can see the window preview, but clicking the preview does nothing. I have to either click on it several times over and over, switch to another window under my mouse or in another window, or close and reopen DisplayFusion. After that, things work fine for a while again.

Any idea what I could try to resolve this?

Also, while I'm reporting issues, I also have issues with moving windows from one screen to another and them going translucent. I have to grab the title bar and "shake" the window to make it go back to normal. I would turn off that Windows feature if I could remember what it was called.

Thx, Andrew
11 days ago  • #1
Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Hi Andrew,

If you open up the DisplayFusion Advanced Settings window and search for "SetWindowPos: Disallow TopMost Calls", can you set that to "TopMost will never be allowed", and see if the issue persists after restarting DisplayFusion?

That's strange about the window transparency issue. Could you send over a video of that issue happening?

Thanks!
11 days ago  • #2
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