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Warren

Opening multiple simultaneous pdfElement windows

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There are many times that I would like to have two or more pdfElement windows open simultaneously so I can refer back and forth between them, but when I open a second window, the first disappears.  Is there some way to allow multiple windows in pdfElement to be open simultaneously?

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Hi Warren,

 

Our program does not support to open multiple windows currently, it supports to open multiple PDF files in different tabs in the same window. However, our development team is already analyzing this feature now and we will try the best to fulfill it in the next new version 6.3.

 

Thanks for your feedback.

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Hi Warren,

 

Thanks for your understanding, the new version 6.3 will be released in Sep. Before we release the new version 6.3, we are going to have the beta tests by our users, so would you like to be our beta tester to help us test the beta version 6.3 before it is officially released? If it is ok for you, please provide the following information to our email address: pdfelement@wondershare.com.

-Name

-Email

-Country

-Industry

-Operating System (Windows/Mac)

-A little explanation that will help us understand your experience with PDFs

 

Thanks

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