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Thread: What's your standard screen resolution?

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    What's your standard screen resolution?

    Just wondering what your standard screen resolutions is and on which platform?

    You should be able to to make multiple choices.
    Last edited by robc; 21-Nov-2006 at 14:17.

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    Michael E. Gordon
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    Re: What's your standard screen resolution?

    For surfing or for imaging? I run two 'puters at diff. resolutions.

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    Re: What's your standard screen resolution?

    1600x1200 on all of them (not on your list)

    jim

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    Re: What's your standard screen resolution?

    80 characters by 40 lines seems appropriate for this forum.

    Cheers,
    Mark

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    Re: What's your standard screen resolution?

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Gordon View Post
    For surfing or for imaging? I run two 'puters at diff. resolutions.
    for both really, I'm just curious as to the variation in screen res that people use. But for surfing I would be interested in the lowest that people use. I can get those figures elsewhere.

    These figures are obviously going to be heavily skewed towards people doing digital imaging which is different from the average user.

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    Re: What's your standard screen resolution?

    Just wondering where you got this list from. I also use 1600x1200, which I thought was fairly standard.

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    Re: What's your standard screen resolution?

    Quote Originally Posted by QT Luong View Post
    Just wondering where you got this list from. I also use 1600x1200, which I thought was fairly standard.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Screen_...ay_resolutions

    I would have included more but we're only allowed 15 options in a poll.

    and 1600 x 1200 was next!

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    Re: What's your standard screen resolution?

    1600x1200 all the time on both monitors.
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    Re: What's your standard screen resolution?

    I'm at 1152x864 -- like the fellow who jumps 53 feet into a sponge, "any higher and I'd kill myself." This is the highest resolution at which my (CRT) monitor can maintain 75 Hz scan frequency, which in turn is the lowest frequency that I find completely flicker-free in all light.

    Same on both computers (one WinXP Home SP2, one Win98SE) at this desk.
    If a contact print at arm's length is too small to see, you need a bigger camera. :D

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    Re: What's your standard screen resolution?

    1600x1200 on a PC.

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