Have you tried running a duplicate OCPN? You can run two programs simultaneously:
1. Open the applications you wish to split across the monitor
2. Click on the first application's button on the Windows taskbar. The program window for that particular document or software
will display on the computer screen
3. Press and hold the "Control" button on the keyboard.
4. Click on the other application button on the taskbar. Two buttons are now both visibly selected.
5. Right-click on either application button. A context pop-up menu will appear.
6. Click the "Tile Vertically" option in the menu. The monitor
will become a split screen
and both programs are active. You can also select "Tile Horizontally" to create a split screen with the programs stacked and the split running through the center of the monitor from left to right.
7. Click inside either window to manipulate its contents, type, cut and paste, or perform any other function. The screen remains split with the other program window active while you work in a program window.
8. Push the "Alt-tab" keyboard combination to quickly move between the split screen applications without clicking in a particular window. This can speed up repetitive tasks that require moving back and forth between the two programs.