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Joel, you give me hope for using Chrome for work...

Ross Brunson 7 years ago updated by Joel Thornton 7 years ago 1

Is there a way to have a Sidewise window appear on multiple screens?  In other words, I have a Home instance of Chrome and a Business instance of Chrome, but only a single instance of Sidewise...

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Not currently possible that I know of, if you're using Chrome's multiple-users functionality. I daresay you could make it work if you were to use two instances of Chrome with different user-data directories, as described here: http://www.wikihow.com/Create-Multiple-Google-Chrome-Profiles

Supporting multiple sidebars in an open (fully customizeable) way is somewhere on the Sidewise todo list.

Under review

Not currently possible that I know of, if you're using Chrome's multiple-users functionality. I daresay you could make it work if you were to use two instances of Chrome with different user-data directories, as described here: http://www.wikihow.com/Create-Multiple-Google-Chrome-Profiles

Support multiple sidebars in an open (fully customizeable) way is somewhere on the Sidewise todo list.

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Under review

Not currently possible that I know of, if you're using Chrome's multiple-users functionality. I daresay you could make it work if you were to use two instances of Chrome with different user-data directories, as described here: http://www.wikihow.com/Create-Multiple-Google-Chrome-Profiles

Supporting multiple sidebars in an open (fully customizeable) way is somewhere on the Sidewise todo list.

Hey, thanks for the link, I'll try it out, but Sidewise is very cool and a great contribution regardless, look for a donation to the cause next payday...