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Show map view and loupe view side by side on same screen (using secondary monitor feature?)

Stefan Aalten-Voogd

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I would like to have the map view and loupe view for a photo showing side by side on the same screen. This will help me as I'm working my way through photos and updating their geographical locations. I know I can use the "secondary monitor" feature to show the loupe view on a separate monitor but it would be much easier to have this info on a single (large, 4K) monitor right in front of me.
 
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The secondary display feature allows you to choose either full screen mode (on another monitor) or a window mode that you can put on the same monitor. Long click or right click on the 2nd window icon above the filmstrip to switch it to a window so you can put it on the same screen.
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The secondary display feature allows you to choose either full screen mode (on another monitor) or a window mode that you can put on the same monitor. Long click or right click on the 2nd window icon above the filmstrip to switch it to a window so you can put it on the same screen.
 
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