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Lightroom secondary monitor not changing when I move Lightroom to other monitor

Mar 27, 2020

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The other day, I moved Lightroom Classic from one monitor to another, as I have done thousands of times, and the other monitor woould work as a secondary monitor.  Somehow, now when I moved Lightroom back to Monitor 1 and hit F11 to show 2ndary monitor, it openn on Monitor 1 covering over the catalog display.

I've moved Lightoom back to monitor 2 and F11 triggers the use of Monitor 1 as a 2ndary monitor, but putting Lightroom back to Monitor 1 will has no effect. 

 

I admit, that I testerday I was typing in what I thought was a keyword, but it wasn't and triggered a variety of shorcuts. I used CTRL Z to undo those changes, but  ultimately couldn't undao all.  Could this monitor shift have been due to inadvertantly using some shortcut?

 

How do I return the settings so that F11 triggers the appropriate monitor ?

 

 

I just read the answer - in another post; and selected the correct 2ndary display. Thanks

 

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Lightroom secondary monitor not changing when I move Lightroom to other monitor

Mar 27, 2020

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The other day, I moved Lightroom Classic from one monitor to another, as I have done thousands of times, and the other monitor woould work as a secondary monitor.  Somehow, now when I moved Lightroom back to Monitor 1 and hit F11 to show 2ndary monitor, it openn on Monitor 1 covering over the catalog display.

I've moved Lightoom back to monitor 2 and F11 triggers the use of Monitor 1 as a 2ndary monitor, but putting Lightroom back to Monitor 1 will has no effect. 

 

I admit, that I testerday I was typing in what I thought was a keyword, but it wasn't and triggered a variety of shorcuts. I used CTRL Z to undo those changes, but  ultimately couldn't undao all.  Could this monitor shift have been due to inadvertantly using some shortcut?

 

How do I return the settings so that F11 triggers the appropriate monitor ?

 

 

I just read the answer - in another post; and selected the correct 2ndary display. Thanks

 

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I just read the answer - in another post; and selected the correct 2ndary display. Thanks

 

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