is it possible to view the Preview window not inside the Lister but outside so I can move them to my second monitor?
I can´t find the option to release the preview from the lister, I can only switch between vertical and horizontal view. There is a option which says "centre the preview window" but I can´t see a change. When I switch to fullscreen mode the Viewer is outside as I need, nut the preview is still inside the lister too.
For any hint, thank you very much.
BTW: what is the hotkey to jump from one to other lister in dual pane mode?
I use Dopus 10.0
What type(s) of file(s) are you viewing?
For images, you can just double-click them to open the viewer as a separate window. (Assuming Opus is configured to use its viewer on double-click.)
thanks for your reply.
I use different types... sometimes PDF and most time images like .png,.gif. a.s.o.
When I use it for PDF and klick on the fullscreen button on the preview pane inside the lister, a extern PDF viewer popsup with toolsbar. Exactly this window I would like to have for all file types.
Is this possible?
.. do you have also a hint regarding the hotkey for lister switch?
Make a button which runs the Show command, then use it with a file selected. I think that'll do what you want.
Tab is the key to toggle sides on a dual-display lister.
thank you for your help!
It works fine, even I have a made to the button a hotkey to open the viewer window.
Regrettably the scrolling and switching to the next image does´nt work in the external viewer, but this is´nt so bad.
The next/prev file stuff should work for images. Maybe not for PDFs (I'm not sure to be honest; I rarely use the standalone viewer with PDFs).
Make sure Settings -> Preferences -> Viewer -> Standalone Viewer -> Generate Next/Previous list is turned on.
when I double klick on a image the XNviewer starts and there the scrolling function work.
When I start the external Dopus viewer with my hotkey or with the button it does´nt work even when the option is set in the preferences of the viewer.
May there is a conflict with the XNviewer.
OK, now it´s all done and works perfect. I use the Dopus Viewer for all image type on the system and the external viewer popsup and the scrolling via scroll wheel works fine.