Does Zbrush support two screens

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  02 February 2006
Question Does Zbrush support two screens

I just got my hands on Zbrush, what a sweet program. But does anyone know if Zbrush 2.0 will support two screens. I really want to tear off the menus and put them on the other screen, but it doesn't appear to support that. Anyone know if it's even possible?

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  02 February 2006
Palettes and buttons must remain within the Zbrush window, so no, you cannot use two screens like that. You can however expand the Zbrush window so it fills two screens. To do that press the Restore button at the top right, position and scale the window to your liking and store the configuration (Ctrl + Shift + i).
 
  02 February 2006
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Damm! Yah I tried that already but it's not quite the same. Thanks though
 
  02 February 2006
I have a three-screen setup. I can place the zbrush window centered on the middle monitor (main monitor) with the left and right palette shelfs on the left and right monitors. This gives me my full screen, center monitor dedicated to the canvas.
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