Multiple monitor support

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    Kirk Osborn

    We have already forwarded this feature suggestion to our tech team for further consideration. We may add multiple monitor support in one of the future updates, but for now, I don't have ETA. Please stay tuned.

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    Konstantin Zolo

    Hi Sherwood,

    Thank you for all your suggestions!

    I do understand the importance of this. We'll consider adding multiple monitor support in future updates, however, no ETA yet.

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    Paul Hibbert

    Without at least dual monitor support I won't even consider buying Luminar. I've just tried the latest demo again and really find it way too limiting and extremely frustrating to be tied to one monitor with my second monitor being unused.

    DAM is certainly a no-go without a second monitor for me too. Sorry, but it's back to Photoshop/Lightroom for me, for now anyway, I'll keep checking back occasionally.

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    piper karie

    I can appreciate the hard work that has created Luminar 3, however as a professional

    photographer that had high hopes to leave Adobe behind I'm disappointed that Luminar

    has no support for multiple monitors.  There are other professional features lacking as well,

    but I have other software that could be accessed for those uses.

    The lack of multi monitors in my work space is impossible.

    I hope that soon Skylum will choose to not only cater to the amateur, but the professional

    photographer needs as well.

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    Luke Caldwell

    I have been using multiple monitors since the 90's. It's not "A nice thing to have" it's essential.

    Further, while adding support for the Z7 is a good thing, still not having support for Canon Compressed RAW seems a little slow, isn't it?

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    jean froment

    All this confirms that I still have to stay with Adobe Lightroom… It is obvious that we need to have the display on at least another monitor to work in a more professional way...

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    Rene Beaupoil

    I second all the before comments. At least support for two screens is a must.

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    Sudhanwa Dindorkar

    I think having the ability to use multiple monitors is absolutely essential for photo editing. As an example, I like Affinity's "Separated mode" option that detaches all the different panels while providing a handle to move each panel individually.

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    Tim Woodcock

    Having just single monitor support was a major drawback for Luminar 3. I'm really surprised, and disappointed, it's not included with v4. Not one pro photographer or skilled amateur I know of edits using just one screen. Until it supports at least two I'll still use Capture One and Photoshop as my main catalogue and editing tools.

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