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Let's assume that I have 2 copies of the same image.  I will call one image "clone 1" and the second image "clone 2".  I would like to be able to place both images into AP such that clone 1 is on the left side of the screen and clone 2 is on the right side.  My goal is while doing a dodge and burn on clone 1, I can look at clone 2 and, by comparing the difference between the two images gauge my D&B progress.  I do not want to do this with a split screen because I want to be able to see both images at once and not have to move a slider back and forth.

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