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Topic # 165748 19-Feb-2015 12:21
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I have an i7 4770K, GTX970 and 3 x 27" 2560x1440p Monitors. W8.1 x64 Pro. Latest Nvidia Drivers. 

My middle screen is my primary screen and the one I game on. 

Recently I have played 2 games where when I set the game to 1440p and fullscreen, the start bar is still visible at the bottom of the screen. I have been unable to find a solution. 

Witcher 2 and Dragon Age Inquisition. I do run Display Fusion.

Any ideas?


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  Reply # 1242265 19-Feb-2015 12:49
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Just those two games with the issue I presume?

Try a compatibility rule in the DisplayFusion settings for "Force DisplayFusion to treat this as a full screen application".

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  Reply # 1242266 19-Feb-2015 12:50
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display fusion has an option to force hide when certain apps are running.  I had to do this for a few games.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1242267 19-Feb-2015 12:50
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Thanks I'll try that.




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  Reply # 1243322 20-Feb-2015 21:48
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Hmm that didn't work because I think DF isn't managing my primary monitor as such. it's not the DF task bar it's the windows one.

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  Reply # 1243354 20-Feb-2015 23:30
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Make sure windows doesnt put the task bar ontop of everything. There is a setting for that.




 


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