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Run a full-screen iTunes CoverFlow on a second display Apps
There is a way to display iTunes' Cover Flow view mode in fullscreen on a second display, and yet still use the main window in iTunes for making playlists, etc. First, get the (still available) latest version of the original CoverFlow.

This is a separate application that can display album artwork of the current playing song in iTunes. To display all songs that are played, make sure no limitations are set in the Preferences of the standalone CoverFlow application. The only downside is that CoverFlow may exit full screen mode when another application like iTunes is active. The only solution seems to be to resize the CoverFlow window on a larger display and then move it to a smaller second display (similar to BjarneDM's solution for the iTunes Visualizer).

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Run a full-screen iTunes CoverFlow on a second display
Authored by: zeid on Aug 25, '09 05:23:48PM

What if you use "space" and separate itunes and coverflow in different space windows.



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