Dual Screen - how to create the ideal set up?

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garthlaidlaw
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Dual Screen - how to create the ideal set up?

Post by garthlaidlaw » 12 Jul 2019, 18:08

Hey everyone,

I've been continually battling TV Paint's interface to make it work for dual screen (especially when the two different screens are very different pixel ratios).

Here is the problem:
https://ibb.co/3Fct4P1

The interface is such a mess right now and I don't even know where to begin.

Here is what I would like - how do I get there?
https://ibb.co/zQD9sYW

Thanks for the help. This has been so aggravating! I don't know why you can just undock all windows from the interface and put them wherever you'd like. For different screen ratios this makes far more sense.

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Re: Dual Screen - how to create the ideal set up?

Post by schwarzgrau » 20 Jul 2019, 02:53

If any of the TVPaint-team members happens to visit this forum in the next few months they maybe can correct me, but as far as I know the problem is that the base architecture of TVPaint is really old (and gets rewritten right now?), so the whole software exists only in one continuous window, unlike Photoshop or After Effects for example, so it unfortunately seems like there is no real solution right now.
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