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  • #16
    Originally posted by Lisa_lee View Post
    CraigS26 ,After you having checked the option 'Allow multiple instances' under File -- Preferences --Documents,please make sure to click on "OK" button to save the setting.
    Then each PDF file will be opened in a stand-alone Foxit PhantomPDF window when you double click on them one by one.
    For details,please refer to the animated gif file below:
    http://sync-us.foxitsoftware.com/iss...gS26/howto.gif
    Thanks Lisa_lee! This really helped me!

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Doris Wang View Post

      The feature has been escalated to our development team for resolution. We will work on it. Thanks for the post.
      Hello, I was wondering if this feature is still under consideration and if there is a timeline for it? Thanks!

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      • #18
        dwilliams

        The feature is still under consideration, let me add your vote to our team, and remind them to add the new feature asap. ID#PHANTOM-4121.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by lyndi_wu View Post
          dwilliams

          The feature is still under consideration, let me add your vote to our team, and remind them to add the new feature asap. ID#PHANTOM-4121.
          lyndi_wu great, thank you!

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          • #20
            Originally posted by lyndi_wu View Post
            dwilliams

            The feature is still under consideration, let me add your vote to our team, and remind them to add the new feature asap. ID#PHANTOM-4121.
            Could you please add my vote lyndi_wu , to introducing a 'new tab' feature? ?
            1. I cannot seem to right click on recent documents.
            2. To open a new document, I need to go to file in folder.
            3. Adobe Acrobat currently offers the split tab, and it's much simpler.

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            • #21
              Fionn

              Your vote has been added to ID#PHANTOM-4121 as well.
              For open a copy, you may go to File->Recent Documents, then right-click on the name of the file and choose "Open a copy". I've included a screenshot as attachment. Please check it and see if it helps. Thank you. Click image for larger version

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              • #22
                Originally posted by cherry View Post
                Fionn

                Your vote has been added to ID#PHANTOM-4121 as well.
                For open a copy, you may go to File->Recent Documents, then right-click on the name of the file and choose "Open a copy". I've included a screenshot as attachment. Please check it and see if it helps. Thank you. Click image for larger version

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                Is this a Phantom feature, or just Foxit PDF editor?

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                • #23
                  Fionn, The "open a copy" option is available since version 9 of Foxit PhantomPDF. Any further questions or concerns, please contact us again at any time.

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                  • #24
                    Just registered to support this. Editing the same document in two tab or two windows is a killer feature. Nobody wants to jump back and forth like a clown.

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                    • #25
                      yyang, Thanks for your post. We've received similar feature requests from some other users as well. Currently the feature of "edit the same document in two windows at the same time synergistically" isn't supported in the Foxit PDF Editor and Foxit PDF Reader yet. However, we have already recorded this request to our intenal features tracking system with report ID#PHANTOM-4088,so that our product management will evaluate it during planning for the future releases.
                      Any further questions or concerns,please contact us again at any time.

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