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Windows 7: The DisplayFusion Thread


01 Jun 2009   #1

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
 
 
The DisplayFusion Thread

I thought it would be useful to create this thread to keep up to date on its development.

v3.0.5 ~ May 30, 2009

Quote:
Changed: Added an “Open Task Manager” to the DisplayFusion context menu
Changed: Added the “All taskbars show relevant windows” in Windows 7
Changed: Taskbars now use Aero rendering in Windows 7
Changed: Added a “Advanced DisplayFusion Settings” link on the Troubleshooting tab
Changed: Added a bunch of new advanced settings
Changed: Taskbar window thumbnail previews now use the windows themes and look more native
Changed: Taskbar items now blink/flash when they need attention (ex: instant messaging windows)
Changed: Significant performance improvements (reduced CPU usage, reduced response time… etc)
Fixed: Grouped windows taskbar items are properly removed, and the grouped count decreases correctly
Fixed: DisplayFusion is now able to manage elevated windows (regedit… etc) properly on the DisplayFusion taskbar
Fixed: Taskbar button width now takes monitor DPI (font scaling) into consideration
Fixed: Taskbars should no longer deadlock the application (in rare situations)
Fixed: If the TaskbarsHeightOverride property is used, the DisplayFusion taskbars will no longer remove/re-add themselves when the Windows taskbar changes sizes
Fixed: The TaskbarsHeightOverride property now works in Windows 7 as well



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