Workspace/Monitor Issues

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May 06, 2022 May 06, 2022

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Hi,

 

I've had 3 screen set up for along time with no problem. However, very recently my program monitor has set itself to full screen for no apparent reason.

 

There is no apparent way to get it out of that mode save pulling the laptop closed which then shows right hand screen as it should be.

 

If i try to do anything to that right hand screen it reverts back to full screen once again and locks itself.

 

I have no iddea what could be happening, i have reset workspace etc to no avail. 

 

So once again, i have three screens, source on the left, program on the right and project in the midddle. The program screen has taken to goign full screen but if i close the computer the same monitor then shows what it should show, a fully layed out program screen with timeline.

 

 

 

  

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Adobe Community Professional , May 06, 2022 May 06, 2022
Perhaps it has something to do with Mercury Transmit? Just a guess. Go to Preferences > Playback and see if you have Enable Mercury Transmit and if one of the monitors is selected under Video Device. If so, disable Mercury Transmit and see what happens.

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Perhaps it has something to do with Mercury Transmit? Just a guess. Go to Preferences > Playback and see if you have Enable Mercury Transmit and if one of the monitors is selected under Video Device. If so, disable Mercury Transmit and see what happens.

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