C1 and dual monitor system

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  • NB
    You can only partially do this. That is you can put the 'color management', 'meta data', 'annotation' and 'tool settings' windows on the 2nd monitior, but not the WB/exposure, etc tabs.

    You can use non-maximized main window and drag it so that the image adjustment part is on the 2nd window, but this is awkward.

    Also note that the size and placement of windows on the second screen have to be re-done for each new session, that is CO does not remember where you put them from last time. I really hope PO fixes this is some future release.

    Al
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  • kiklop
    Thanks for the info.
    To be honest, i can't believe that C1 have not dual screen support.
    On many suggestion i decided to try c1 (I use ACR until now) but without full dual monitor support it's not for me.
    Thanks again
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  • Ulf Liljegren
    The earlier development platform we were using didn't simply support it where by it was not possible.
    This is one of the reasons 3.6 was delayed.
    Now we are up on newer development platform where this is one of the features we are looking in to even though it might take some time before it will be implemented.
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  • kiklop
    Thank you very much for your answer.
    I will try the next version of c1.

    Thanks
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  • Matt Perko
    I'm using C1 LE in a dual monitor setup by stretching the entire program across 2 monitors. I have the file browswer and thumbnail view filling up one monitor, and the image and image tools filling the other. I like this setup fine, but I wish you were able to swtich the positions of the elements. For instance, have the file browser and thumb screen on the right side, with the image and tools on the left. This could be made more customizable without to much difficulty I think.

    The ideal setup would be something like Photoshop, where the tools, file browser, thumb browser, and image are all \"undockable\", and can be freely positioned on the screen, regardless of monitor setup. This allows more flexibility for those with a single monitor as well as dual monitors.
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