Using ON1 Photo RAW 2019 with two displays
You can now use Photo RAW’s Dual Mode feature to display a second copy of your photos in an added browser- style window. Here, you can view folders of images as thumbnails, and navigate through them, while displaying the full-size images in the primary window. This can help your productivity when you have an additional monitor connected to your computer, reducing the need to switch between Grid and Detail, Filmstrip or Compare view. It can also be useful when you wish to present photos on a projector or TV, and don’t want to display the entire Photo RAW application window.
Dual Mode works in both the Browse and Edit modules. In Browse mode, you can choose how you wish the second window to act, either displaying in Grid view, with the primary window working in the three other view modes (Detail, Filmstrip or Compare), or vice versa. As you navigate images in the Grid, the other window will display the currently selected image.
When working in the Edit module, the second window works solely in Grid view, displaying thumbnails of the current folder. If you click on another image in the grid, that image will now be presented in the main Edit window.
Photo RAW’s Dual Mode lets you open a new browser-style window, which can be placed on a second display, or be used to present on a TV or projector.
TURNING DUAL MODE ON
To use this feature, go to the Window menu and chose Dual Mode > Show, or click on the Dual Mode icon at the bottom left side of the main window. The first time you use Dual Mode, the second window will open on your primary display. Simply drag the window to your secondary display, and from that point on, Photo RAW will remember the location of the second window. (When the window is placed in the second display, you can choose Dual Mode > Full Screen Mode from the window menu to have the window fill the entire screen.)
The icons at the bottom of the secondary window are a subset of the main Photo RAW application window: in Browse, you will see options for Grid, Detail and Compare views; in Edit, only the Grid view icon will
be visible. The Size slider can change the size of thumbnails (in Grid view) or the zoom level (in Detail and Compare view).
NOTE: If you are working in Dual Mode and click on the Resize button in the module selector, Photo RAW will close the second window.