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Dual Monitor - Large Browser workspace - add feature to Windows that already exists in Mac

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  • Graham-Hill

    I had the same desire, and I made a custom workspace that works perfectly. You have to take the precaution of registering it, and it works every time I relaunch capture one.

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  • Martin Tolley

    Pawel, this has been raised before. If I recall correctly C1 said it could not be implemented as on Mac (along with Auto-Hide tools opion) because the Windows OS wouldn't allow it. And as the majority of C1 users are Mac based I guess there's not a commercial incentive for C1 to tackle the issue.

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  • Graham-Hill

    I insist, my settings offer this layout perfectly. I work with windows 10

     

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  • Pawel Czkwianianc

    Graham, could you kindly describe how you went about setting up your custom workspace?

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  • Graham-Hill

    Wel, first, I manage my workspace as I want. On my computer, browser and tools on one monitor, and viewer on the other (best one). Once that done, I click on the icon "workspace" and register that disposition. Then when I close C1 and re open, I'll find again this disposition. And If for one reason or another, I loose that workspace, as it is register, I can find it again witout problem

     

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  • Pawel Czkwianianc

    Thank you, but unless I’m misunderstanding something, I’m after the opposite of what you describe. I would like to have the viewer and tools together on one monitor and the browser separately on the 2nd.

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  • Walter Rowe
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    Can you drag the windows to the opposite display, then save the workspace? You can have a browser window with tools hidden, and a viewer window with tools exposed.

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  • Graham-Hill

    All options you want is possible, drag and register

     

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  • Pawel Czkwianianc

    Thank you for your help, I got to a place which is very close to what I originally intended and fully functional. All good now.

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