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Using brush on secondary screen

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Apr 23, 2020

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Hi, I suppose i'ts not possible to do that but, I would like to know if there is any way to use the brush over the secondary (wen in loupe) screen in lightroom.
For me it's very useful to use the editing sliders on my primary screen (laptop) and see the results on the secondary one (which is the bigger and the one what it's better calibrated), but it would be perfect to me if I could use the brush, gradients and radial and the spot removal tool on my secondary screen.

Thanks!

(Sorry if I have some grammar mistakes my English it's not very good, I guess you can understand me)

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The Local controls don't use the graphics processor on the Secondary display, which would cause them to be very non-responsive (slow, sluggish). Because of this Adobe has most likley disabled that capability because most users wouldn't find it very useful.

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Using brush on secondary screen

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Hi, I suppose i'ts not possible to do that but, I would like to know if there is any way to use the brush over the secondary (wen in loupe) screen in lightroom.
For me it's very useful to use the editing sliders on my primary screen (laptop) and see the results on the secondary one (which is the bigger and the one what it's better calibrated), but it would be perfect to me if I could use the brush, gradients and radial and the spot removal tool on my secondary screen.

Thanks!

(Sorry if I have some grammar mistakes my English it's not very good, I guess you can understand me)

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Correct answer by Todd Shaner | Adobe Community Professional

The Local controls don't use the graphics processor on the Secondary display, which would cause them to be very non-responsive (slow, sluggish). Because of this Adobe has most likley disabled that capability because most users wouldn't find it very useful.

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The Local controls don't use the graphics processor on the Secondary display, which would cause them to be very non-responsive (slow, sluggish). Because of this Adobe has most likley disabled that capability because most users wouldn't find it very useful.

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