5781 Views 9 Replies Latest reply: Mar 2, 2010 12:22 AM by Douglas Stetner1
Until Apple releases a bug fix, Aperture 3 is unusable for me, so I've switched back to Aperture 2 for now.
••• But I think I have the solution for you, if you're using *Aperture 2*:
• Go to full screen view (F).
• You'll have a menu on top of screen, when you move your mouse there.
• The 17th icon from the left looks like a little monitor (the hover help text display is "Viewer Mode").
• Click on this and a menu will drop down, with the following options:
Show Multiple ⌥U
Show One ⌥R
Three Up ⌥H
I think what you're looking for is the *Show Multiple* and Span configuration.
Try this or any other combination that will fit your needs.
••• In *Aperture 3*, according to the manual, the menu has a new option:
Swap Displays ⌥S
Which should give you exactly what you want.
I hope this helps.
Here's how I achieve what you want:
iMac (read your 24" screen) as main in full screen mode and have the Browser on a secondary screen. To do this I have menus on Main screen, Main Screen set to Show One and Secondary Screen set to Desktop. I then resized the window in split screen mode (Browser and Viewer, no Inspector) and dragged it onto the Secondary screen, select a thumbnail and go into full screen using the HUD. Clicking the lock at top right of the HUD locks it to the right so it doesn't overlap the image. This does not work in Browser Only mode, as the full screen acts as a browser as well.
I hope this is helpful.