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(Windows 11) Snap Layouts not working with Multi-Monitor Taskbars.

stevenk
10 discussion posts
Hello. I'm aware that Windows 11 is not currently a supported platform for DisplayFusion and I am also aware that Windows 11 makes changes and imposes limitations in regard to taskbar handling. Nonetheless, the Snap Layouts window appears briefly and then closes on secondary monitors when I have Multi-Monitor Taskbars enabled. I have installed DisplayFusion 10.0 Beta 3 to see if this issue would be fixed and it was not fixed. Thank you very much.
Sep 28, 2021  • #1
stevenk
10 discussion posts
I was looking through another Windows 11 troubleshooting thread on these forums and selecting "Taskbar Mode as Windows taskbar shows all windows, DisplayFusion shows relevant windows" fixes this issue.
Sep 28, 2021  • #2
Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Hi Steven,

Glad to hear you found a work around! We have this on our list to look into as well.

Thanks!
Sep 29, 2021  • #3
stevenk
10 discussion posts
No problem! In 10.0 Beta 3, I couldn't find a way to disable setting the secondary taskbars as my accent color.
Oct 2, 2021  • #4
Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Hi Steven,

That accent colour issue is also on our list.

Thanks!
Oct 4, 2021  • #5
Ron Paschke SC76804
3 discussion posts
I followed the advice and selected "Windows taskbar shows all windows, DisplayFusion shows relevant windows"
My problem on Windows 11 is that when I select "Enable Multi-Monitor Taskbars":
1) the DF start button no longer works; and
2) when I click the Windows 11 start button, I can launch a pinned app - but the start menu disappears when I right click a pinned app or when I select "All apps".
Oct 6, 2021 (modified Oct 6, 2021)  • #6
Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Hi Ron,

1) This should be fixed up in our latest beta

2) I can't seem to reproduce this in our latest beta either, so it might be fixed up there as well

Thanks!
Oct 6, 2021  • #7
videodj
9 discussion posts
This is still an issue in Beta 6. Yes I can change the taskbar Mode, but I prefer each monitor to only show relevant windows. Is there plans to fix this?
Nov 1, 2021  • #8
videodj
9 discussion posts
Quote:
I was looking through another Windows 11 troubleshooting thread on these forums and selecting "Taskbar Mode as Windows taskbar shows all windows, DisplayFusion shows relevant windows" fixes this issue.

This is still an issue in Beta 6. Yes I can change the taskbar Mode, but I prefer each monitor to only show relevant windows. Is there plans to fix this?
Nov 1, 2021  • #9
Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Hello,

Indeed it is still on our list to look into

Thanks!
Nov 2, 2021  • #10
Andrew Whittington
14 discussion posts
This is still an issue as of beta 15.

The workaround does work, just don't like having all the windows on that taskbar when they are on other screens.
25 days ago  • #11
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