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Sorry if this has been asked before:  a lot of my work is editing product photos for ebay and etsy, which means anything from 3 to 10 photos of the same item from various angles.  Obviously the levels etc have to be identical in each.  In Photoshop I could have them all on the same screen at once and compare them easily.  I haven't found a way to do that in Photo and it's very awkward swapping the windows around and trying to remember exactly what each one looked like.  Is it possible to show multiple images at once?  

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Hi Islafurst and Welcome to the Forums,


The current Beta has an option to Float All on the Window menu.  So if you open say 5 images and then click 'Window>Float All' all the opened images get undocked and you can then arrange them side by side or however you like.    The Beta installs alongside the release version and can be downloaded from this post.


You can manually do this in the Release version, when you've got an image open, click and drag where the image name is and it will undock that image. 

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