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post #31 of 2274

Re: Re: Multi Monitor setups

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Originally posted by gloco
If that's not a waste of space, i don't know what is. I use one pc for every app on here, works fine for me, i really don't understand why any normal person would need multiple monitors.

Do you trade stocks?
If you've used any graphic apps you'd understand why. Photoshop isn't so bad on a single monitor but when I'm animating in 3DS Max using the track view, the track view alone can take up a monitor then I still need to see what's going on in the viewports. Same goes for compositing work in After Effects or Combustion. I usually have a monitor taken up just with the timeline. There's so many palattes for 3D or compositing work, it can get pretty insane. Of course you said normal person though, so I guess I don't count..
post #32 of 2274

Re: Re: Re: Re: Multi Monitor setups

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Originally posted by gloco
If i took a pic of my room you would understand why i think its not convenient...am i the only person that can multitask on one 17" monitor nowadays?
Gah, a 17"? I can't even look at a single monitor setup that has a monitor smaller than 20".

I NEED real-estate.
post #33 of 2274
Nice, plain desktop tanfenton (skamd, correct?).


Anyway, here's mine:



Bah, nobody else here probably likes Domo.
post #34 of 2274
Quote:
Originally posted by tbdoah
Nice, plain desktop tanfenton (skamd, correct?).


Anyway, here's mine:

Bah, nobody else here probably likes Domo.

What resolution is that? 480x600 ??? Those are some HUGE icons!
post #35 of 2274
800 x 600. I have some blind folks in my house, and they complain whenever I switch the computer to 1024 x 768 .

I don't mind though, I've gotten used to it.
post #36 of 2274
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Originally posted by Trawlerman
Are there anymore dual-head head-fiers on here I wonder?
Oh, how I miss my dual setup at my previous job. For CAD, dual screens is a must!

It's taken me three years to get used to a single...

mono,
erix
post #37 of 2274
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Originally posted by Trawlerman



Are there anymore dual-head head-fiers on here I wonder?

ah.......me
post #38 of 2274
i've just downloaded litestep and it is cool

I'm using the adviced skin (simplicity) and it works really well. The only thing i regret is the lack of quick launch. It would have been really nice if all the bottom line could have been used for shortcuts.

i forgot : the winamp integration is wonderful
post #39 of 2274
Quote:
Originally posted by 00940
i've just downloaded litestep and it is cool

I'm using the adviced skin (simplicity) and it works really well. The only thing i regret is the lack of quick launch. It would have been really nice if all the bottom line could have been used for shortcuts.

i forgot : the winamp integration is wonderful
Can you disable it with a flick of a button? I want to try it but afraid if I hate it I won't be able to go back to normal windows easily.
post #40 of 2274
"· Uninstalling LiteStep
Change the settings you changed when installing (above question) back to explorer.exe. This should have you running explorer again in no time. (I stress should.) Remove your directory containing your LiteSTEP related files, and *poof*, your LS free.

You can ALSO run Litestep as follows (from a command line). 'Litestep -uninstall'. That should fix all of the entries. LSDistro will also uninstall itself (look in your LSDistro directory for the .exe)."

from the FAQ : http://ohussain.cjb.net/
post #41 of 2274
Thread Starter 
I tried litestep a month or two back. I really, REALLY liked its cleanliness, but a few factors made me go back to explorer.

First, conflicts with 3d games and certain themes prevented me from spending some time off. Secondly, litestep would crash quite often. It got quite tiresome to keep on relaunching it. When I realized that I pressed CTRL alt delete, pressed new task and typed "litestep" almost instinctively, it was time to go.
post #42 of 2274
andrzejpw : under wich OS were you running ? Which theme ?
post #43 of 2274
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Originally posted by mclaren20




For some reason I cant upload my desktop, but here is the pic.
Woohoo! A Zelda fan! Way to go!

I just re-played 'A Link To The Past' a week ago. Such a classic game. Ahhh, the memories..!
Ocarina of Time is also one of my all-time favorites. Rock on!
post #44 of 2274
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Originally posted by JiPi
Woohoo! A Zelda fan! Way to go!

I just re-played 'A Link To The Past' a week ago. Such a classic game. Ahhh, the memories..!
Ocarina of Time is also one of my all-time favorites. Rock on!
Got WW yet?
post #45 of 2274
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally posted by 00940
andrzejpw : under wich OS were you running ? Which theme ?
OS: WinXP
Theme: nonstep
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