Walker 5 avr 2013 à 22h13
Taskbar Shortcuts
I can't seem to get this section to work. When I click "Add" program/files/ or folders. It doesn't do anything.
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RobotGizmo  [développeur] 6 avr 2013 à 8h40 
Can you give this new Beta version a try:
http://www.displayfusion.com/Download/Beta/

It will still work perfectly with your Steam version, and should fix any taskbar-shortcut related issues. :)
Walker 8 avr 2013 à 20h01 
The Beta actually allows the "add" buttons to work, but when I add anything, it doesn't appear to actually put it on my taskbar, unless I'm missing something.
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Keith Lammers (Binary Fortress)  [développeur] 9 avr 2013 à 6h24 
After you use the Add Appliction/File/Folder/Website buttons to add them to the list in the Shortcuts window, make sure to click the Save button to have them applied to the taskbar. Note that Application shortcuts will also combine with running programs by default.

Another way you can add Application shortcuts is by moving the program to the second monitor, then right-click the taskbar button and choose "Pin to Taskbar."

If you still run into any trouble, could you email a screenshot of the Taskbar Shortcuts window and the taskbar itself to us at support@displayfusion.com?

Thanks!
Walker 13 avr 2013 à 23h24 
I figured it out. I was trying to add the Shortcuts to my default monitor without the other one hooked up. Now that I have both monitors, I see that it adds it only to the secondary monitor. Is there any way I can add Folders and Files to the taskbar on my primary with DF? I see that the taskbar options all work for the "DisplayFusion taskbar", but can I do all the same things to the default one, like move the taskbar to the top and whatnot?
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Keith Lammers (Binary Fortress)  [développeur] 15 avr 2013 à 9h06 
DisplayFusion doesn't modify the Windows taskbar, so it can't add File/Folder/Website shortcuts to it unfortunately.

Regarding moving the Windows taskbar to the top, you should be able to do it by right-clicking it, choosing Properties, and then selecting the side from the "Taskbar location on screen" drop-down.
Walker 15 avr 2013 à 12h21 
Awesome! Thank you very much. I'm very glad I helped support you guys. I love the product.
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