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I use Affinity Photo on a Laptop. At home I connect a second Monitor. As soon as I move the User Interface from the laptop to the attached second Monitor all palettes disappear (see screenshot).


The Laptop works with an onboard Intel grafic device (Intel HD Graphics 530) and a separate grafic device from NVIDIA (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 965M).


The drivers for both grafic devices are updatet. At the preferences of the NVIDIA Card I determined, that the powerful NVIDIA Card should be used.


Both Screens are 4k and the resolution is exact the same. I use Affinity Photo with Win 10.



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Hi Sean,


it's a late answer, but I was very busy the last weeks. Today I installed the updatet Version. But I couldn't recognize any difference in the behaviour of the program. If I move the UI from my first to the second monitor the UI turns black. If I moved it back I can use the program without any problems on my first monitor.


Now I tried to leave the application open on the second monitor and restart it, but the application doesn't opens a second time. My only solution is  to close the program and to start it again. But there is no change in the programs behaviour.


Thanks for your support and kind regards from Germany



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