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  1. Since using them at work, I can't live without them anymore. I dug out my shitty old Trinitron from my PII box (which is now a "headless" file server pretty much) and hooked it to my secondary DVI out so that I could put IDA Pro on its own screen and then keep Visual Studio maximized on my main screen.

    This will speed up Choco Strife development at least 100% I think ;)

    I'll probably be making a trip to Staples this weekend to see if I can find a replacement flatpanel so I don't have to put up with that Trinitron. Sometimes it freaks out and starts showing screens that look like those monitors in DOOM 3. Gives me nightmares O_O

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    2. Maes

      Maes

      I use them at work, and even plugged a LCD TV in my laptop at home. The funny thing is that in both cases they're asymmetrical in size, resolution and aspect ratios :-p

    3. printz

      printz

      fraggle said:

      Like this, this or this?

      Considering I currently have three monitors sitting on my desk (and a couple of others in the house), I should really try this out. I hope that for the Chocolate-Doom part, I don't actually need separate computers, do I? (though the very fact that I'd connect multiple monitors to one computer means that just a VGA port won't be enough...)

      EDIT: oh yeah, I do have a DVI out as well :)

    4. fraggle

      fraggle

      If you can hook them all up to one machine then no, you don't need multiple computers. However, getting them all to run fullscreen may be a bit trickier ...

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