Could you please check and confirm if you are using the latest version of Lightroom, 2015.4
Also which operating system are you working on , Windows or MAC ?
Yes, latest version, I am on the Adobe Photo plan & it is indeed 2015.4 release. Windows 10, 64 bit.
- Go to Lightroom > Preferences.
- Also please Go to the Preferences > Performance Tab, and uncheck "Use Graphics Processor "
- Restart Lightroom and see if it works
Thanks for your fast info but I'm more interested in knowing what each monitor is portraying than I am with the zooming issue. I've been working through GPU implications on another thread so no need to drill into that here. I only used the example of zooming behavior to illustrate what prompted my question.
So my true questions still remains...does secondary monitor always mimic the module being used on the primary monitor?
So whatever image is selected on the Primary Monitor will be showing on Secondary Display with the Normal View.
And this is irrespective of the module.
I am still not being clear enough it seems.
I realize that the image shown will be the same. What I want to know is are the modules being displayed the same. So, if image A is being viewed in Develop on primary, is image A on the secondary also the Develop preview or is it the Library preview which already has 1:1 built?
The second monitor has options, but it's not a module per se. So if you are lin Maps it doesn't show maps. It's like the filmstrip. You can see the options here: Displaying the Lightroom Library on a second monitor. It behaves differently depending on what you're doing; try cropping in Develop for example. It isn't just a mirror image.