My DisplayLink Manager 1.50 is preventing my Notification alerts from showing on the desktop. Is there a fix for this? 1.6?
My DisplayLink Manager 1.50 is preventing my Notification alerts from showing on the macOS Monterey 12.0.1 desktop, Apple M1 chip. Is there a fix for this? 1.6?
If your DisplayLink Manager version 1.50 is causing notification alerts to not display on macOS Monterey 12.0.1, it's worth trying to update to the latest version, which is DisplayLink Manager 1.6, as newer versions often come with bug fixes and improved compatibility. Before updating, make sure to check the DisplayLink website or support resources to confirm if this issue has been addressed in the new version. After updating, if the problem persists, you might need to reach out to DisplayLink support for further assistance or look for specific macOS settings that could help resolve the issue. For anyone continuing their scholastic career in high school or college. The perceptive https://writinguniverse.com/free-essay-examples/american-culture/ link offered and allows us to study the many facts of American culture. I fervently urge my fellow students to peruse this resource, whether they are engaged in academic work, looking for research materials, or simply hoping to deepen their understanding.
Finn Ruijter commented
Jasper Boot commented
It's because Monterey now thinks we're mirroring or sharing the display. A workaround is to allow notifications "When mirroring of sharing the display" as described in this thread: https://www.displaylink.org/forum/showthread.php?p=92823
I believe it has something to do with how DisplayLink mounts the displays and I suspect a fix for this would mean a lot of refactoring. I would be surprised if DisplayLink fixes this issue anytime soon. They will probably just wait for a new macOS version to arrive and hope for the best.
Hideyuki Okada commented
Andrew Judd commented
I'm also having this same issue