RE: Two Monitors

Subject: RE: Two Monitors
From: Wil Gaffga <WilG -at- gibbsCAM -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2002 13:18:45 -0800

I can't get by without dual monitors. Started that way years ago on a Mac
with one Landscape and one Portrait monitor. Now, it is the only way to
work, either the app being documented on one and Frame on the other or the
working app on one and palettes and folders on the other. Great for
productivity - very little opening/closing/minimizing windows. And seeing as
how I typically have 9 or more apps running simultaneously ... very helpful.

Oh, and I play D&D. Stopped for many years but was corrupted by some
co-workers, much to my girlfriend's dismay.


> ----------
> From: John Posada
> Reply To: John Posada
> Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2002 12:31 PM
> Subject: Two Monitors
> To address a different subject than D&D, who out there is using two
> monitors simultaneously. I just discovered the pleasure of hooking an
> external monitor to my Dell laptop (Rage video card). I now have the
> application I'm writing ABOUT on my desktop monitor and the
> application I'm writing IN displayed on my laptop monitor.
> Threw in a wireless USB Logitech keyboard and wireless optical mouse
> a couple of weeks ago, and I'm COOKING!!

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