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It should be possible for any of the screens attached to the computer to be used for any particular purpose.
For example, whilst in Develop, I should be able to assign the Grid display to the same display as the one with all of the Lightroom menus and widgets, but I can't.
Rather than just have one or two things fixed here and there, I'd encourage the Lightroom team to start over from scratch and approach the multi-screen problem with a clean slate with a view to solving issues such as:
- allowing different "work modes", so that I don't need to leave LR when I've got both a landscape and portrait mode monitor attached and I want to use the respective monitor for respective images
- allow one monitor to be a dedicated (live) loupe/survey across all modes and for LR to recognise that and use the other monitor for "something else"
- support using compare to allow as many images to be simultaneously compared as there are screens, and which screen should be used for the before/after, not just the primary screen..
... and so forth.
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