Thanks for getting back!
All apps launch with the Configuration popup so you that you can specify which numbered display it should launch on. At present, there is no way to skip this step.
Yet I can dream – it’s not like I swap my displays around every minute.
In general, the apps will override Windowed because they need to be fullscreen on the Looking Glass. We will support a windowed Library on PC in an upcoming release.
Understood about the apps, I understand and expect that they be fullscreen on the box. Excellent that the Library will soon be windowed – I want to use the LG as a viewer in parallel with CAD software, so having it stomp my entire main monitor is sad.
gets button input” refers to whichever program (Library or the launched App) is currently in focus, and it may change during your session playing with an App (like if a system level notification shifts focus back to the main display). The images will inform you of the switch and let you get back to using the App if you find yourself in a situation where it’s not accepting input.
Um ok, so it’s both an indicator and a control? It seems awfully big for what it does.
Honestly I still don’t really understand the purpose. If this is just for buttons on the LG, I feel like I always want those going to the current LG app if one is running, or dropped if none is. If having them direct to a different app, whether it’s the Library or something else, is a developer thing, could we get a little end-user love here? Too soon?
Thanks again, I look forward to seeing what happens next.