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Photoshop: Panels keep moving when using multiple displays on MacOS 10.9

My computer set up has dual monitors, a Mac Pro. When I am working with PhotoShop, CS-6 under OSX 10.9.5 the tool windows such as Layers and Characters keep moving back to the same screen the working surface is on. This is very irritating, and I have to constantly move the tool windows about to work

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Lightroom: Lights Out Mode: Allow users to darken only one monitor at at a time (not all)

I run two monitors, and when working in Lightroom and using the Lights Out Mode (L) to darken all areas of the program except the image, it also has the side effect of darkening the 2nd monitor too. Is there a way to only darken the one monitor that is running the Lightroom program, leaving the 2n

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Different info overlays on each monitor

I would like to show info overlay 1 on monitor 1 and overlay 2 on monitor 2. Or turn it on only only the left monitor; turn it off on the right one. Now the same overlay shows on each monitor...

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 • Lightroom Classic

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Photoshop CC: Not seeing all my RAM (ran 32 bit by mistake)

Photoshop CC appears very buggy. Among the problems I have encountered in 3 days of usage: 1. PS CC refuses to recognize that my computer has 16 GB of RAM. It keeps coming up with 4GB. I reported this to tech support and they fixed it. However on the next reboot of my computer I was back to 4GB. I

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 • Photoshop

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Lightroom: Remembering dual monitors

It would be really nice if future versions of Lightroom would remember that you use 2 monitors. I always have to turn on the second monitor when I start lightroom and move from module to module.

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 • Lightroom Classic

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Lightroom: Can I dim just one (of two) monitors with the L command?

I have two monitors and use the L command (on a PC) to send the entire non-image area darker to aid viewing the image in Lightroom. However I have two monitors and often have the second one set to display some non-Lightroom application, but the L command dims both monitors together. Is it possible

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 • Lightroom Classic

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Photoshop: Message boxes don't appear on the monitor the user is working on.

I use 2 monitors and tend to move the Photoshop window from one to the other a lot. I think that all dialog boxes / message boxes must appear on the monitor in which the action happened. ("the action" meaning the action that triggered the dialog box / message box to appear). I think Photoshop sho

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Photoshop Elements: Multiple issues encountered

Three main issues with Elements and the reason why I will not upgrade to 10 or continue with Elements 9 1 - Will often fail to start with dual monitors - well documented problem with no fix - there should be a product warranty 2 - deleting photos from the organiser would result in jumping to a ran

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 • Photoshop Elements

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Lights out darkens main screen only, even if LR is on the secondary screen only (Mac OS X El Capitan)

- Mac OS X 10.11.3 El Capitan, LR 6.3 standalone (not sure when the issue appeared) - 2 monitors (identical resolution) - main screen (1) is Left, secondary screen (2) is Right I am used to have my working window (LR1 - D or E or G) on screen 2 and a secondary window (LR2 - shift-E) on screen 1.

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 • Lightroom Classic

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PSE 10 Organizer locks up when using dual monitors

What, if anything, is being done to address Photoshop Elements 10 Organizer stability issues (locks up, doesn't respond) when using dual monitors? I got absolutely nowhere using the tech support chat system, which directed me here after acknowledging that "Adobe always recommends that you use a sin

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 • Photoshop Elements

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