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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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