March 7, 2014
We're pleased to announcne that the latest update for Jigsaw Puzzles by WallpaperFusion is now available for download! This release includes major improvements for playing puzzles offline. The app will now start up directly in "offline mode" when starting without an internet connection, and offline images are more reliably saved to ensure that your saved puzzles are always accessible!
As well, recent updates to Jigsaw Puzzles have added the ability to rate images from within the app, as well as bug fixes and performance improvements when navigating between pages of puzzle images.
As always, Jigsaw Puzzles by WallpaperFusion comes with the following features:
See the full list of features, supported platforms, and try out Jigsaw Puzzles by WallpaperFusion in your browser here: http://www.wallpaperfusion.com/JigsawPuzzles/
March 5, 2014
DisplayFusion Monitor Profiles store your various monitor configurations so that they can easily be loaded later on. This is an excellent feature for laptop users especially, since they may connect up to different monitor setups at home, work, or anywhere else. You can load profiles via the tray menu, the Monitor Configuration window, key combinations, TitleBar Buttons, and even via the command line! Wallpaper Profiles and Desktop Icon Profiles can also be assigned to Monitor Profiles, and will automatically get loaded when the Monitor Profile is loaded, or detected.
Saving a Monitor Profile
Renaming/Deleting a Monitor Profile
Assigning a Key Combination
Creating a TitleBar Button
DisplayFusion can be configured to automatically load a Wallpaper Profile or Desktop Icon Profile when a specific Monitor Profile is loaded or detected. This is especially helpful if Windows moves your Desktop Icons around on restarts. As soon as DisplayFusion starts up and detects your previously saved Monitor Profile, it will automatically load the associated Wallpaper and Desktop Icon Profiles without intervention.
Assigning a Wallpaper Profile
If you need to load a Monitor Profile via the command line, you can use displayfusioncommand.exe (located in the directory where DisplayFusion is installed). The command is as follows:
displayfusioncommand.exe -monitorloadprofile "profile name"
Loading via Command Prompt
If you'd like to load a Monitor Profile automatically on startup, you can create a shortcut in your startup folder that will run the command in the previous section. For the full set of instructions, see the Loading a Monitor Profile on Startup How-To article.
There are a few Monitor Configuration related settings in the DisplayFusion Settings > Advanced Settings window. The most useful one is the option to disable the confirmation prompt when changing monitor settings. If you switch Monitor Profiles often, you may wish to disable this prompt to make the process easier.
Note: If for some reason your monitors are unusable after a settings change, DisplayFusion won't be able to revert back to the original settings if the confirmation prompt is disabled. You'd likely need to reboot your machine to make the displays usable again.
Disable Confirmation Prompt
March 1, 2014
Congratulations to our top contributing members for February 2014! They have been hard at work submitting, rating, and discussing images on WallpaperFusion, and have racked up some impressive reputation scores along the way!
Check out the current top members or look at previous months on our Top Members page!
February 12, 2014
By default, the DisplayFusion taskbar will match the behaviour of the Windows taskbar, but did you know that the DisplayFusion taskbar has a wealth of customization options that you can configure to best suit your needs?
Each taskbar element (Start button, shortcuts, application buttons, system tray, clock, and show desktop button) can be moved to either side of the taskbar, or disabled completely if you don't have a use for it on that particular monitor. Additionally, you can customize it further with the following:
The customization options are per-taskbar settings. To access them, right-click a blank space on the taskbar itself and navigate to the Multi-Monitor Taskbar sub-menu. There you'll find a list of further sub-menus for each element containing the configuration options for each one.
If you'd like to reset all of the taskbars to the default settings again, you can use the "Reset All Taskbars" button on the DisplayFusion Settings > Taskbar tab.
Global Taskbar Settings
There are also some settings that affect all of the DisplayFusion taskbars. These settings are located on the DisplayFusion Settings > Taskbar tab.
Some of the options you can change there allow you to:
Adding and Editing Shortcuts
The DisplayFusion taskbar allows you to add different types of shortcuts to the taskbar. You can add regular application shortcuts, like the Windows taskbar, but you can also add shortcuts to files, folders, and websites. By default, new windows opened from shortcuts on the DisplayFusion taskbar will be forced to move to that same monitor. This can be changed in the Taskbar Shortcuts editor.
Adding application shortcuts can be done by right-clicking a button on the DisplayFusion taskbar and choosing "Pin this program to Taskbar."
For the other shortcut types, you'll need to use the Taskbar Shortcuts window, accessible via the right-click menu on the taskbar, or by clicking the "Taskbar Shortcuts" button on the DisplayFusion Settings > Taskbar tab.
From there you can add all of the shortcut types, and also edit, rename, re-arrange, and specify custom icons for the shortcuts.
Here are a few sample screenshots of different taskbar configurations.
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