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Panels basically on the second monitor

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I work in Affinity Photo and Affinity Designer with two monitors each. On the second are always my panels. When I start Affinity and I have not yet turned on the second monitor, the panels on the main monitor appear in the same order as they were on the second monitor. Now I haveto push the Panels manually again to the second monitor. Is there a way that Affinity basically puts the panels on the second monitor, even if it is not yet switched on?

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Hi Klaus,


Its not possible to do this in Affinity I'm afraid as if the monitor is turned off there is no space for the panels to be placed in so it will automatically move them onto your only screen.




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Hi Callum,

thank you for your quick response!

Is it possible to implant this in a subsequent version (perhaps as an option to place the panels always on the second monitor, whether it is on or not). With my old Photoshop version it works without problems - so should be possible in principle.

With kind regards 






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