Camera Raw: Interactive histogram doesn't work on secondary monitors

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If I move the Adobe Camera Raw window to a secondary monitor, the interactive histogram no longer works, meaning you can no longer adjust exposure etc via the histogram.

This is with Adobe Camera Raw 8.4.1 and Photoshop CC 14.2.1 on 64-bit Windows 8.1.

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Christian Studer
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Peter Barss

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I have the same problem: Camera Raw 8.6 /Photoshop 14.2.1
Very frustrating
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Peter Barss

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It is I again...I'm on an iMac
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It appears this is only a problem if you're in Full Screen mode on the second monitor. If i disable Full Screen mode it seems to work correctly on the second monitor. Is that the behavior you're seeing?
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Christian Studer

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No, I also have the problem if Camera Raw isn't in fullscreen mode. That's with Camera Raw 8.7.1 CC, the main Photoshop window on the primary monitor and the ACR window on the secondary monitor to the right of the primary.
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Likewise here. On my secondary monitor the histogram functions as it should in normal and full screen mode. Move the Camera RAW window to the primary monitor and the interactive histogram does not interact...in either screen mode. RAW 8.6/PS CC /on Mac
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Same thing on my new iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, Late 2014) / Yosemite 10.10.3 / Adobe Cloud Photoshop CC 2015 and ACR 9.1.1. Using an NEC PA 271W as my editing monitor and Interactive Histogram does not work. Agree. It is very frustrating. Any fixes or suggestions are appreciated