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LR classic - Monitor Problems (first and second monitor) under Catalina

Community Beginner ,
Feb 28, 2020

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Hi there,

my Lightroom classic has been spinning for a while. Whenever I switch from full screen back to normal view. Does my secondary display jump over the primary display and if I completely deactivate the secondary display, does my primary display jump back to normal view on another monitor when changing from full screen view?

Does anyone have the problem and how can you solve it?

Thank you once.

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Hi,

Lightroom Classic does not support Mission Control's "Displays have separate Spaces".

Try turning off "Displays have separate Spaces"

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LR classic - Monitor Problems (first and second monitor) under Catalina

Community Beginner ,
Feb 28, 2020

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Hi there,

my Lightroom classic has been spinning for a while. Whenever I switch from full screen back to normal view. Does my secondary display jump over the primary display and if I completely deactivate the secondary display, does my primary display jump back to normal view on another monitor when changing from full screen view?

Does anyone have the problem and how can you solve it?

Thank you once.

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Correct answer by silk-m | Most Valuable Participant

Hi,

Lightroom Classic does not support Mission Control's "Displays have separate Spaces".

Try turning off "Displays have separate Spaces"

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Feb 28, 2020

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Sorry but I do not understand your questions.

 

"Does your secondary display jump over the primary?". I have no idea I am not sitting in front of your computer.

 

If you could be more specific in what is actually happening on your system and maybe included some screen shots or pictures of what you are seeing then maybe someone would be able to help you.

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Feb 28, 2020

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Yes the secondary Display (from the Apple LED Cinema Display) goes also to the first Display (EIZO) and hides the view on the primary display

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Feb 28, 2020

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Hi,

Lightroom Classic does not support Mission Control's "Displays have separate Spaces".

Try turning off "Displays have separate Spaces"

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Susumu Iwasaki

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Have many thanks. That solved my problem.

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