Photoshop: Dual Monitor Workspace

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Photoshop CS6 Feature Request: create "dual monitor" profile in the workspace menu. This would feature all of the palettes open and in the secondary monitor of our choice.
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Kevin Airgid

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Posted 6 years ago

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Chris Cox

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You can already create such a workspace yourself.
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Kevin Airgid

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Yes, I am well aware of this... the problem is you have to do it manually. Dragging pallettes over, turning them on etc. Would be nice if PS was smart enough to let me "target" a palette screen and it would just auto lay them out!

Also another feature request.. would be cool for a 1 click backup of all PS settings. I mean everything! Workspaces, custom patterns etc... Then when I re-install my OS (as I do often) it's a 1 click back to my settings!
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Please keep it to one request per topic. And there are already topics about backing up or sharing preferences.
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ok... so my request stands... 'automatic' support for dual monitors. So this would be the feature:

1. Click "Dual Monitor" profile
2. PS asks what monitor you want to target
3. User selects target
4. PS Then places all pallets on the target screen and canvas on opposite screen

I would gladly pay for this in CS6.5 =)