Mac or Windows?
On a windows system, I was able to make the application window large enough to cover both montiors. Then I could place two windows side by side in the application window so that each was on a different monitor. (In my case, monitor 2 was a projector and I needed to use a window on monitor 1 to control what was displayed on the projector.)
I did the same thing, but I need my primary display left alone, so that the non-filemaker application on my primary display stays on top when I click on the filemaker window on the secondary display.
I don't think it's possible, but thought I'd ask. I think I'm asking if it's possible to run multiple instances of Filemaker on one machine and still maintain relationships between the files.
I too would like this functionality. My co-workers using Macs have the ability to launch multiple instances of Filemaker. Why can't I on Windows 7?