September 20, 2010
DisplayFusion 3.2 has been released! This is a hefty update, filled with tons of new features and a handful of bug fixes. Version 3.2 was built using community feedback (from the forums and email), and was tested extensively by the community for over 2 months. The result is one of the most stable and feature-packed releases yet! Here is just a taste of the new features in this release:
To see the complete list of changes, please visit the DisplayFusion Change Log. As always, I would encourage everyone to update to this new version today. If you run into any issues, please visit the DisplayFusion Support page to see all of the different support options available. Thanks everyone!
September 8, 2010
I am very happy to announce the release of ClipboardFusion 2.0.4! This new release is a small bug-fix release, and doesn't add any significant new features. The first bug that was tackled was an intermittent stability issue, which should now be cleared up. The second issue was a complete re-working of all the windows in ClipboardFusion to make them friendly for people running higher DPI (font scaling) settings in Windows. ClipboardFusion now correctly scales all of it's own windows and controls. If ClipboardFusion detects that the window won't fit on the screen after being scaled it will disable scaling for that window so that none of the controls are cropped. This should help people running 125% scaling (or higher) with a resolution of 1024x768 or lower. Previously the bottom of the Settings window would be chopped off, making the window unusable. I always try to make an extra effort to make all of my applications as accessible to everyone as possible, and I'm sorry it took so long to get ClipboardFusion up to a higher standard. I would encourage everyone to update today, especially if you run higher DPI settings. Thanks everyone!
August 30, 2010
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DisplayFusion was first released in August of 2007, over 3 years ago! During the last 3 years, DisplayFusion has grown into a must-have utility for anyone with multiple monitors. Licensing has changed as well over the years, with the introduction of a paid Pro version nearly 2 years ago. This paid Pro version was licensed on a per-computer basis, requiring multiple licenses to be purchased for use on multiple computers. After quite a bit of feedback from the DisplayFusion community, I have decided to shuffle the licensing around a little bit.
New License Type: Personal Home license
Starting today, you can now purchase a DisplayFusion Pro Personal Home license. This new license is for home users ONLY, and is not a valid license for company users. The license allows a home user to purchase 1 license, and install it on all of their computers. It's like a mini site license for home users. If you are a home user that has already purchased a DisplayFusion Pro license and you would like to upgrade to a Personal Home license at a discounted price, please contact me.
Free Version License Changes
Another licensing change is a new restriction on free version usage. Starting with version 3.2, the free version of DisplayFusion will no longer be allowed to be used in a company environment. If you are using the free version of DisplayFusion in a company, you have 2 options: keep using 3.1.10 without any restrictions or convince your company to purchase a DisplayFusion Pro license. A single license is just $25, and with multiple licenses you can reduce this to just $15 per license. DisplayFusion needs your support, and every DisplayFusion Pro license purchased will help!
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If you have any questions or comments, I encourage you to contact me. If you are using the free version of DisplayFusion, and you can't live without it, why not pitch-in and support the development of future versions? It's only $25 and your purchased license will be valid with all future versions of DisplayFusion!
August 26, 2010
I am very happy to announce the release of FileSeek 2.0! This new release adds the ability to copy or delete selected files/folders in the results list, without having to use the Windows context menu. Also, you can now see the size of the files in the results list thanks to the new "File Size" column. In addition to these new features, there are a few interface fixes, and some performance enhancements behind the scenes. As always, I would encourage everyone to update to this new version today.
FileSeek has also found a new home, now located at http://www.fileseek.ca! Giving FileSeek it's own website is long-overdue, and should make it easier to find out everything you need to know about FileSeek. Head over to the new website today, and be sure to download the new version while you're there!
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