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Windows auto maximize when moving from monitor to monitor

Demon13337
6 discussion posts
Windows 20H2 running DF 9.7.2 (beta 7).

When I drag applications between monitors it displays the screen select box and auto maximizes the window I drag. I have turned off the setting under Window Management that says "Enable maximized window dragging between monitors". I can't even resize windows... I updated to 9.7.2 after another post said it fixed this issue for them. Any help would be great.
Mar 18, 2021  • #1
Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Hello,

Strange, this should stop when you disable that setting. Is this happening when dragging windows between virtual monitor splits, or physical monitors? Does the issue persist after restarting DisplayFusion?

Thanks!
Mar 18, 2021  • #2
Demon13337
6 discussion posts
It looks like its still doing it for windows i had open when the setting was still set. So i wager if i reboot it will go away.
Mar 18, 2021  • #3
Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Hello,

Interesting, let me know how that works.

Thanks!
Mar 19, 2021  • #4
Demon13337
6 discussion posts
Sadly I am still getting the issue. Even with the setting turned off, reboots and everything. When I grab a window it will show the Red and Yellow boxes on each screen and maximize the window. I cant change the size of anything.
Mar 22, 2021  • #5
Demon13337
6 discussion posts
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Mar 23, 2021  • #6
Demon13337
6 discussion posts
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Hello,

Interesting, let me know how that works.

Thanks!
Mar 23, 2021  • #7
Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Hello,

Strange, the DisplayFusion overlays are white and grey, so I'm not sure where the red and yellow overlays are coming from. Do you have any other applications that deal with window management on your system?

Can you also try exiting DisplayFusion and see if it stops happening?

Thanks!
Mar 23, 2021  • #8
Demon13337
6 discussion posts
Quote:
Hello,

Strange, the DisplayFusion overlays are white and grey, so I'm not sure where the red and yellow overlays are coming from. Do you have any other applications that deal with window management on your system?

Can you also try exiting DisplayFusion and see if it stops happening?

Thanks!


That very much was the issue. I thought the ones for DF were yellow and red. Turns out Dells monitor management seems to make the red and yellow.
Mar 23, 2021  • #9
Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Hello,

Ah, is there a way to turn that off, or just disable the snapping feature within it?

Thanks!
Mar 23, 2021  • #10
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