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Compare in Develop Mode

mudguard

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Windows 10
Hi,

Is there a way to keep open a compare set while moving to the Develop module?
Thus being able to match 2 images in a set more closely.

Cheers
 
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Not compare, but there is a new option for that, called 'reference view'. Right-click on the image you want to keep to compare with and choose 'Set as Reference Photo'. Then select the image you want to work on, right-click and choose 'Open in Reference view'.
 
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