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Multi monitors

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New Member
Apr 28, 2020
Lightroom Version Number
latest classic
Operating System
  1. Windows 10
For years, I have had problems with LR Classic working on two monitors. The issue is confined to one thing. Resizing an image in the Develop module is not reflected in the loupe view set on the second screen. To correct this, whilst in the resize screen, moving the image a fraction suddenly updates the other screen.

Then a few months ago, this behaviour vanished. But now it has reappeared! I am using the latest studio whql Nvidea drivers but it happens with the gaming ones too.

Both screens run off the same card. Putting one screen on the mobo gpu makes no difference.
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