Lightroom: How do I compare more than two images?

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Hi, I have been using ACDSee for Windows for years. I recently switched to Mac and Lightroom, and in general I have been very impressed with Lightroom, but the feature that I use the most in ACDSee doesn't work well in Lightroom. I really wish the "compare" feature worked more like ACDSee. You can view several photos at a time with simultaneous zooming. You can tag, rate and do other things in the compare view as well. Either I am missing something, or Lightroom only lets you compare 2 images at a time and doesn't work nearly as well as acdsee. When I have hundreds of images to sort through, ACDSee is still the fastest way to do it. Adobe, please improve the compare feature! Thanks!
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Here's a shot of 4 images being compared in acdsee.
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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You want to use Survey Mode in the Library module.

http://tv.adobe.com/watch/learn-light...