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Introducing VoiceBot!

May 19, 2015

We're very excited to introduce VoiceBot! VoiceBot is a new product that allows you to control games and other applications with your voice. Simply speak a command and VoiceBot will send the keystrokes, mouse-clicks, or anything else necessary to perform the desired action. VoiceBot can also perform actions like text-to-speech, running highly flexible scripts, starting programs, and much more! With well over 100 pre-made game and application profiles available for download, it's easy to get up and running with just a few clicks.

VoiceBot Features

  • Advanced Voice Control: Bind voice commands to in-game actions and perform actions with a single word
  • Ready-to-Use Game Profiles: VoiceBot is packed with hundreds of premade game profiles ready for you to use
  • Sync Between Computers: Sync your VoiceBot profiles between your computers using your Binary Fortress Account
  • Scriptable Game Macros: Use our simple editor to create basic sequences, or code your own complex scripted macros using the built-in C#/ code editor - the only limit is your imagination!
  • Full VR Compatibility: Fully compatible with your favourite VR headsets, including the Oculus Rift. Take your VR gaming to the next level of immersion!

VoiceBot is completely free to try, and the feature-limited free version is free to use forever. Give it a try today!

We'd like to send out a big thanks to everyone who helped with the VoiceBot translations, and the many people that helped with the Beta versions. Thanks everyone!

VoiceBot Screenshots

Main VoiceBot Window
Main VoiceBot Window
VoiceBot Profile Selector
VoiceBot Profile Selector
VoiceBot Profile Editor
VoiceBot Profile Editor
VoiceBot Macro Actions
VoiceBot Macro Actions

Configuring the Google Images Wallpaper Source

May 13, 2015
  • After logging in with your Google Account, click the "Create Project" link on the top-right of the page.
    Create Project
  • You'll be taken to the "Create Project" page. Give the project a name, then click the Create button.
    Name Project
  • The newly-created project will populate the screen. If not, use the "Select a project" dropdown to choose your new project.
  • In the left pane, navigate to APIs & Services > Library.
    APIs and Services - Library
  • Use the search box to search for "Custom Search API" and then select it.
    Custom Search API
  • Click the "Enable" button.
    Custom Search API - Enable
  • Click the menu on the top left and navigate to APIs & Services > Credentials.
    APIs and Services - Credentials
  • Click the "Create Credentials" link and choose "API Key."
    Create API Key
  • Click the copy button on the "API key created" window.
    Copy Key
  • Right-click the DisplayFusion tray icon and click "Desktop Wallpaper." You can also access this via the Options tab in Settings.
    Desktop Wallpaper Menu
  • Click the "Change" button in the "Wallpaper Source" area.
    Change Wallpaper Source
  • Click the "Google Image Search" source option.
    Google Image Search
  • Click "Get Settings."
    Get Settings
  • Paste the Google Project API Key into the "API Key" text field.
    GIS Settings
  • Specify the Search Text to pull in specific images.
  • Click the "Use These Settings" button.

Top WallpaperFusion Members for April 2015

May 1, 2015
Congratulations to our top contributing members for April 2015! They have been hard at work submitting, rating, and discussing images on WallpaperFusion, and have racked up some impressive reputation scores along the way!
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Check out the current top members or look at previous months on our Top Members page!

FileSeek 4.4 Now Available!

April 16, 2015

We're happy to announce that FileSeek 4.4 is now available for download! This release contains a few important fixes and changes:

  • Greatly improved performance and memory usage for searches that return millions of results
  • Added a new command line option for RegEx queries (-r "regex-query")
  • Added a "Cut Selected Files" option to the results context menu
  • The "Export Results to CSV" options will now use the system List Separator instead of defaulting to a comma

Updating FileSeek

We encourage everyone to update to the new version today. We'd like to send out a big thank you to everyone who helped beta test FileSeek, and to the translators who worked hard to make FileSeek available in their native languages!


Search with Excel Preview
Search with Excel Preview

HashTools 3.0.1 Now Available!

April 15, 2015

HashTools 3.0.1 is now available for download!

This version includes an improved update notification window, restores drag and drop functionality (was broken in 3.0), and some general performance and stability fixes.

Main Window
Main Window

We encourage everyone to update to this new version today to take advantage of these improvements. HashTools is still completely free, so you can update at no charge! If you would like to see a complete list of all the changes, please visit the Change Log.

Splitting a Spanned Remote Desktop (RDP) Session

April 13, 2015
In Windows 7, if you want to do a true multi-monitor remote desktop session, both the local and remote machine need to be running Windows 7 Enterprise or Ultimate. If you're using a different version, you can still span the remote desktop session across all of your monitors, but it will be treated as one large display. Using DisplayFusion, you can split that spanned session into smaller virtual monitors.
The steps below assume that you have two monitors of equal screen resolution on your local machine (the machine you're connecting from). If you have more than two monitors of equal screen resolution, just make sure to setup the splits in step 5 appropriately (i.e. 3x1 for 3 monitors).
  1. Install DisplayFusion on the remote machine.
  2. Open Start > Run (or press Win + R) and enter
    mstsc.exe /span
    . Note: The monitors connected to your local machine must all be the same resolution for this command to work.
    Run mstsc
  3. Enter the remote computer name and click "Connect."
  4. Open the DisplayFusion "Monitor Configuration" window, and click the "Splits and Padding" button.
  5. On the remote machine (in your RDP session), click the "Preset Splits" button and choose "2x1."
  6. Preset Splits
  7. Click OK to close the Splits and Padding window, and OK again to close the Monitor Configuration window.
You should now have two virtual monitors inside your spanned remote desktop session.
Split Screen
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