[Digikam-users] Any intention of a digikam multi-minitor-mode?

Gilles Caulier caulier.gilles at gmail.com
Wed Feb 27 14:08:12 GMT 2013


I work with dual screen under Linux, and take panorama picture. digiKam
work on both screen, as you have described. This is a reason why each
digiKam tools use a separate window (LT, BQM, IE, ALBUMUI, IMPORTUI, etc...)

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Gilles Caulier


2013/2/27 H. J├╝rgen <HJKarbach at gmx.de>

> Is there a way to run Digikam in 2- or multiple-display-mode? Like in this
> way: Display 1 for picture editing, lighttable, slide show... and display 2
> for Dashboard and Thumbnails.
> For the panorama photographers, shifting on panoramic-mode would be ideal
> of
> course.
> (My idea is, that it would be the most flexible way to attach IDs to each
> part
> of the digikams windows.
> So everyone will be able to arrange his individual digikam desk.)
>
> I can't find any documentation, how-to, ...
> I'm an absolut newbie in this matter.
>
> Maybe I'm searching the wrong way.
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