If you have a dual monitor PC you can easily make it display two different info screen projects at the same time. Here is how to do that.
- Create the first info screen project for the primary screen and in the project's properties dialog box make sure that the "Target monitor" option is set to "Primary".
- Create the second info screen project for the secondary screen and in the project's properties dialog box make sure that the "Target monitor" option is set to "Last available (2nd, 3rd, etc.)"
- Create desktop shortcuts for both projects so you can start them easily and you are ready to go.
- When starting projects manually always start the project created for the secondary screen first and the one for the primary screen second.
In a special case where you want to have the same info screen project displayed on both screens you will still have to create two different versions as described above – with the same content of course. The easiest way to do that is to create the info screen project for just one of the screens first, then when it is finished use the "Save As..." option from the "File" menu and save the project under a different name for the second screen. Finally, open the "Project Properties" dialog box, change the "Target monitor" parameter and save again.
NOTE: the program can only use the primary and last available screen to display info screen projects so if you have a PC configuration with more than two screens those additional screens can not be used for info screen projects.