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    The workaround of Tycenjmccann unfortunately does not work for me.
    While the cmd+alt trick indeed duplicates only one of the two external monitors, after closing the lid both monitors go black every 10-15 seconds for 5 seconds.

    I did find another workaround which does work for me (mid 2015 MacBook Pro with macOS 11.2.2):

    I uninstalled DisplayLink Manager 1.3 and installed legacy release 5.2.5. After a restart the MacBook can now stay in clamshell mode while my two DisplayLink monitors (Philips 241B) work without interruptions over USB.

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