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Window selector adjustment

Ken Nischan
11 discussion posts
Hi! I just noticed I can add a titlebar button to move the window to a different monitor and it shows a monitor selector. I was very happy to find this, because I was still running UltraMon beside DisplayFusion just for that functionality. Now I just need DF, sweet.

However... unlike Ultramon, DF doesn't check the width of the window vs the position so when I hit the button, 1/5 of the selector window runs off the monitor and onto the one to the right. To fix this, I had to add another function to the titlebar buttons so the move monitor button could be slid left a bit.

I'd suggest adding an X offset field in settings to allow for sliding the group of titlebar buttons to the side a certain amount. Or am I just blind and not seeing that existing functionality?

Thanks!
May 1, 2021  • #1
Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Hi Ken,

If you open up the DisplayFusion advanced settings window, you can adjust the "Button offset: Horizontal" setting in the Titlebar Buttons section to move those over.

Hope that helps!
May 3, 2021  • #2
Ken Nischan
11 discussion posts
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Hi Ken,

If you open up the DisplayFusion advanced settings window, you can adjust the "Button offset: Horizontal" setting in the Titlebar Buttons section to move those over.

Hope that helps!

Ah cool! So I am just blind, lol

For future visitors who may stumble on this thread with the same question, just FYI to move them left use a negative number. I was confused at first why my titlebar button vanished, lol. I dunno why I assumed positive = left, but it seemed like one time I set it after trying a few different values I could see it actually shoot off to the right for a split second which is what clued me in to the idea of making it negative. Works great now, thanks a lot.
May 4, 2021 (modified May 4, 2021)  • #3
Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Hi Ken,

Glad to hear it's working! If you have any other questions, feel free to reach out to us.

Thanks!
May 4, 2021  • #4
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