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I've used Blender on a 'multi-screen' set up before - I set me tool bars on the sides and 'stretched' Blender onto the other screens (only to the point that I could see all of my tools and 98% of my workspace at the same time - remember you will loose about 3 to 5 pixels at the edges of your screens).Imagine_a_Friend wrote:I have duel screens and I prefer to work with my tools out of the way of my workspace. Is there a way to slide the toolbars to the other screen in 2.5?
As far as I have found Blender, due to it's being originally designed for use on a smallish 15" CRT - was designed very compacted - thusly no separation of parts (like in some other 3D programs and even GIMP and PS as well...