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UltraMon 3.3.0

UltraMon UltraMon 3.3.0

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UltraMon Publisher's Description

UltraMon is a utility for multi-monitor systems, designed to increase productivity and unlock the full potential of multiple monitors.

With UltraMon, you can:

- efficiently move windows and maximize windows across the desktop
- manage more applications with the Smart Taskbar
- control application positioning with UltraMon Shortcuts
- multi-monitor support for desktop wallpapers and screen savers
- mirror your main monitor to secondary monitors for a presentation

What's New in Version 3.3.0 of UltraMon

- Taskbar Extensions for Windows 8: the Smart Taskbar feature has been completely redesigned for Windows 8, instead of adding its own taskbars UltraMon now extends the built-in multi-monitor taskbar on Windows 8
- New window button compatibility options: when setting up compatibility settings for applications via UltraMon Options > Compatibility, you now have two new compatibility options available which help with applications which use custom window title bars
- Support for per-monitor DPI scaling on Windows 8.1: features such as mirroring will now work correctly if per-monitor DPI scaling is used
- New command-line arguments for UltraMonTaskbar.exe: on Windows 7 and earlier you could use /stop to disable secondary taskbars, and start UltraMonTaskbar.exe again to enable secondary taskbars. As this wouldn't have worked on Windows 8, /disable and /enab
- The Ignored Monitors tab under UltraMon Options has been redesigned, 'ignore this monitor' is now 'hide if disabled', and 'ignore enabled monitors' can now be set per monitor and is called 'hide always'
- When mirroring Firefox version 33 via application mirroring, minimizing Firefox causes a fatal error on line 879 in Mirroring.cpp
- When undoing Show the Desktop, window z-order may not be the same as before
- Show desktop on monitor with mouse hotkey: if we show the desktop on monitor 1, then move the mouse to monitor 2 and press the hotkey again, we restore windows on monitor 1 instead of showing the desktop on monitor 2
- Passing /stop to UltraMon.exe via PowerShell's Start-Process command doesn't stop UltraMon.exe
- When launching UltraMonDesktop.exe to refresh the wallpaper, the executable file name doesn't get put between double quotes, which can cause another executable to get executed instead
- Set Primary menu option lists ignored enabled monitor
- Move Window button may do nothing if an enabled monitor is ignored
- Setup Customize Installation screen, feature description and disk usage text are partially cut off
- Windows 7: background of UltraMon taskbars is lighter-colored than on the main taskbar
- Smart Taskbar: when changing display settings in rapid succession, the taskbar may end up having the wrong size and position
- Fatal error in DeskTaskBar.cpp at line 938 when SereneScreen Marine Aquarium screen saver starts and WindowBlinds theme Lantana is active
- UltraMon taskbars disappear occasionally when showing the desktop via WIN+D
- Occasionally workspace area is no longer reserved for the UltraMon taskbar, which causes maximized windows to extend into the area occupied by the taskbar
- Running Wiznote may cause a fatal error in the UltraMon taskbar
- Wallpaper gets messed up if an enabled monitor is ignored
- Scripting: setting the MonCtl.Selection property after recreating the control may cause an access violation if the number of monitors has decreased
- Scripting: the Window object may return the wrong monitor for a window which has a region set and whose larger invisible part is on a different monitor, for example an autohidden taskbar docked vertically between two monitors
 

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