Floating Viewer and two monitors

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Brent M
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Floating Viewer and two monitors

Post by Brent M » 13 Jul 18 19:18

I see several posts about a "Floating Viewer". I am looking for a way to take advantage of two monitors.

What is a "Floating Viewer" and how do I get it up. What other advice do you have for using two monitors.

Thanks,

Brent

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G8DHE
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Re: Floating Viewer and two monitors

Post by G8DHE » 14 Jul 18 7:42

Click Preview on a Thumbnail, press Enter or Double click a thumbnail and a floating window will appear with a zoomable image.
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Re: Floating Viewer and two monitors

Post by jstartin » 14 Jul 18 22:04

Look into preferences:
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You probably want the third option, but I have only a single monitor so can't use it myself.
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HaraldE
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Re: Floating Viewer and two monitors

Post by HaraldE » 15 Jul 18 23:47

Morning,

I use Second Monitor all the time when I have photos to show to people.
Then I connect my PC to my large TV and use it as Second Monitor

Regards, Harald

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