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  • Kaustubh

    Kaustubh

    MemberJul 3, 2008

    What's your monitor screen resolution?

    Okay,

    The question might sound stupid, but it helps in site design, modification. Can you all let me know what's the size of your screen?

    For example, I access CE from DELL 21" LCD Monitor. with resolution: 1280 x 1024

    What about you? [​IMG]
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  • Ashraf HZ

    MemberJul 3, 2008

    Re: What's your monitor screen size?

    Biggie, I believe resolution sizes is a better measurement of the viewing area for CEans, because screen size measurements are not always consistent! Some laptops have those wide screens, for example. Also, its easy to change viewing area during site designing 😀

    If you want, mine is: 1280 X 1024
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  • Kaustubh Katdare

    AdministratorJul 3, 2008

    Re: What's your monitor screen size?

    Bah, you're right! 😁 , I just messed up. Let me correct the post.
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  • mahul

    MemberJul 3, 2008

    Mine is 1280x1024, courtesy asus 17" lcd
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  • xheavenlyx

    MemberJul 3, 2008

    I will tell you mine in a more creative way.

    [​IMG]

    Ok, its 1280x800

    (Image from: #-Link-Snipped-#)
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  • KINETIC_JOULES

    MemberJul 3, 2008

    The_Big_K
    Okay,

    The question might sound stupid, but it helps in site design, modification. Can you all let me know what's the size of your screen?

    For example, I access CE from DELL 21" LCD Monitor. with resolution: 1280 x 1024

    What about you? [​IMG]
    Mine is Dell 12" 1280 X 1024
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  • Ashraf HZ

    MemberJul 3, 2008

    KENETIC_JOULES
    Mine is Dell 12" 1280 X 1024
    1280X1024 on a 12" screen? You must have some microscopic vision! lol
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  • koli

    MemberJul 3, 2008

    1280x1024 + 1280x800
    Dual monitor 😁
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  • KINETIC_JOULES

    MemberJul 3, 2008

    koli
    1280x1024 + 1280x800
    Dual monitor 😁
    No fair! ^_- *is jealous*
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  • KINETIC_JOULES

    MemberJul 3, 2008

    ash
    1280X1024 on a 12" screen? You must have some microscopic vision! lol
    Near sided. . . completly blind on the road! I can't see far away AT ALL. . . but I see up close fairly well.
    [EDIT]
    Just measured my screen. It's 16"! Sorry~
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  • Kaustubh Katdare

    AdministratorJul 3, 2008

    koli
    1280x1024 + 1280x800
    Dual monitor 😁
    Aye! You got the dual monitor! NVIDIA thing, huh? 😁
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  • Ashraf HZ

    MemberJul 3, 2008

    The_Big_K
    Aye! You got the dual monitor! NVIDIA thing, huh? 😁
    Hey, It could be ATI! 😛
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  • koli

    MemberJul 5, 2008

    I got NVIDIA.

    Actually quite a few vendors including ATI and others provide that now. In fact its is easy to have multiple monitors in XP. In most laptops you can have two screens. And in PCs if you install multiple display cards you can add as many as 8 cards and monitors.

    I have had quad (4 monitors in row) for our network monitoring team. 😁
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  • KINETIC_JOULES

    MemberJul 5, 2008

    *Bookmarks page for screen resolution reference*
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  • Jeanius

    MemberJul 6, 2008

    Dual 24" BenQ's @ 1920x1080 😉

    Surely puts my 7800gtx to work.
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  • gohm

    MemberJul 7, 2008

    I guess I am not a techie as I usually run at 1064x768 😀
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