SmartSDR (Multi-Panadapter) vs. Built-in or Maestro Display (Single Panadapter DisplayOnly?)

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I have a 6600M. SmartSDR 3.0.27 can display two different bands each with their respective spectrum/panadapter displays. On the built in transceiver display (and I assume a Maestro monitor??), I can set up two receive slices on different bands but can only see one band's spectrum/panadapter display. Is that normal or is there a way to display more than one spectrum/panadapter on the built in or Maestro displays? Thanks, Don W5MMJ
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Don Judd

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Don, on your Maestro screen (or M display) you should see an up pointing arrow in the bottom middle of the screen.  Touch that upper pointing arrow and you'll see two spectrum analyzer/waterfall displays, one for A and B slices.  Touch the downward arrow and it will toggle back to a single spectrum analyzer/waterfall display, single slice. 
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Don,

click on the chevron symbol between Display and Meters at the bottom of the screen. It will split the screen and give you a 2nd pan adapter.

73, Andreas, N6NU
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Thank you both for leading me to the solution.   

73,

Don
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