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Is there a quick alternative way to preview photoshop content on my device?

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Oct 18, 2017

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I rely very heavily on device preview to check sizing

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Is there a quick alternative way to preview photoshop content on my device?

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Oct 18, 2017

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Can you attach your device to your machine as an additional display.  For example with Windows you can use a programs like spacedesk and attache devices ase and additional display via a network connection.  However  Spacedesk does not support devices with displays with may pixels like a 4K display.   I have attached my Surface pro 3 and my android Samsung galaxy 8.4. Here you see my galaxy 8.4 2660x 1600 sitting one my surface pro 3 connected to my workstation as a third display.

3DisplayGalaxt1600.jpg

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Oct 18, 2017

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Thanks for the reply! I'll try to find some way of doing this on my iMac!

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Oct 18, 2017

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Duet​ and AirDisplay​ are two ways to use an iPad or iPhone as an external display for your Mac, like in JJMack’s picture.

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