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#24230 - 04/08/03 10:26 PM What Screen Resolution do you use?
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I'm wondering what screen resolution is most commonly used now. What size Monitor do you have?

Does anyone use 640 x 480 here?
800 x 600? something else?

Bill
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#24231 - 04/08/03 10:43 PM Re: What Screen Resolution do you use?
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I run my 19" CRT at 1280 X 1024.

Bill, what resolution do you use?

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#24232 - 04/08/03 10:56 PM Re: What Screen Resolution do you use?
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Curt,

I'm a bit behind the times as far as a Personal PC goes. I use 800 x 600 typically on a 15" Monitor right now.

I know that things can look very different at different resolutions. I was just looking at the forum here at 1280 today and it looked pretty small because it is set at 640 wide. I'm wondering if it's time to change at least to 800 wide.

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#24233 - 04/08/03 11:21 PM Re: What Screen Resolution do you use?
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1024 x 768 on a 17" Flat.
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#24234 - 04/09/03 01:14 AM Re: What Screen Resolution do you use?
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Bill,
I use 1024x 768 on a 15" monitor.
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#24235 - 04/09/03 03:27 AM Re: What Screen Resolution do you use?
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Well considering that all of my computer equipment is someone elses cast off's, (read my post in the welding thread about fixing things), I still am at 800x600 on a 15 inch. When someone throws away a more capable monitor, I'll be more than happy to turn it up
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#24236 - 04/09/03 06:50 AM Re: What Screen Resolution do you use?
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I am running 1024 X 768 on dual 17" monitors and 1400 X 1050 on my laptop
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#24237 - 04/09/03 06:53 AM Re: What Screen Resolution do you use?
George Offline
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I use my notebook 800x640. The site looks good on that.

The site also looks good at 1000x?? on 17" monitors.
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#24238 - 04/09/03 09:05 AM Re: What Screen Resolution do you use?
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I'm partial to 1024 x 768 for everyday use on my 19". I tend to keep ECN in a "less than full screen window" that is effectively 800 x 600. I position the corners of other applications so they are a click away, or to monitor background activity. I'll kick things up to higher rez, on occasion, to increase the realestate around ECN's Explorer window.
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#24239 - 04/09/03 09:26 AM Re: What Screen Resolution do you use?
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1024 x 768 on a 17" monitor. My wife has the 19" monitor
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