The DICOM Viewer allows you to split the screen into two parts or work with two monitors connected to the same computer. For details on how to set up your monitor, see Section 15.3.
Let us assume that both displays are used, and each one is split (Fig. 2.3). In this case, the DICOM Viewer will be running in four autonomous windows. To close the DICOM Viewer just close any of its windows.
In the illustration above, the right monitor is the main one, so the Study list tab is open in its left window. To open this tab in any of the three remaining windows, select the File menu and the Study list item in this window. The series panel on the right side displays the window panel (Fig. 2.4).
Each window has a display icon corresponding to it.
The OS settings determine which display is the main one. The icon corresponding to the current window is displayed against a light background. In Fig. 2.5, the Study list tab is open in each window, and you can see the correspondence between the windows and the display icons. The right display is the main one.
To open a series in a certain window:
If the cursor is not located on the display icon, it will look as follows: . This means that dragging is impossible. As soon as the cursor is over the display icon, it changes to , and you can drag the icon.