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How do I turn off or change the contents of Loupe Info on the Secondary Display

Explorer ,
Jun 26, 2024 Jun 26, 2024

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I am using the latest version LRC 13.4 and Camera Raw 16.4 on a Windows 11 based laptop, with an external monitor.  In Develop mode, I have set up the external monitor as Secondary Display.  I could change the contents of Loupe Info on the primary display, or update the Loupe Info 1/2 Overlay.  However, I found nowhere to apply changes to Loupe Info on the Secondary Display.  Can tell me how to toggle on/off, and apply/change the contents of the Loupe Info on Secondary Display ?

 

 

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Community Expert , Jun 26, 2024 Jun 26, 2024

What I worked out, sort of by accident, was that the View > Loupe Info commands and their keyboard shortcuts affect the Loupe view on Secondary Display if the application window (primary display) is not in a mode that can display Loupe Info. 

 

For example, if the application window is in Develop or Library/Loupe view, and the Secondary Display is in Loupe view, then View > Loupe Info options affect the application window. But, if you switch the application window to a view that cannot show Loup

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Jun 26, 2024 Jun 26, 2024

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What I worked out, sort of by accident, was that the View > Loupe Info commands and their keyboard shortcuts affect the Loupe view on Secondary Display if the application window (primary display) is not in a mode that can display Loupe Info. 

 

For example, if the application window is in Develop or Library/Loupe view, and the Secondary Display is in Loupe view, then View > Loupe Info options affect the application window. But, if you switch the application window to a view that cannot show Loupe Info, such as Grid, then View > Loupe Info options affect the Secondary Display.

 

So that’s how I do it. I switch to Grid on the application window, and then I can change Loupe Info on the Secondary Display. But I’m not sure if this is actually documented anywhere.

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Yes, it worked.  Thanks.
I would wonder, however, why the developers of LRC have not re-organized/refined the menus to support multiple monitors, given it is not strange nowadays to connect multiple monitors to desktop computers and laptops.

 

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