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What is your screen resolution? Choose one or more

  1. Standard 1024x768

    2 vote(s)
    10.0%
  2. Widescreen 1152x864

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  3. Widescreen 1280x768/800

    5 vote(s)
    25.0%
  4. Standard 1280x1024

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    20.0%
  5. Widescreen 1440x900

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    0.0%
  6. Widescreen 1600x200

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  7. Other: higher

    11 vote(s)
    55.0%
  8. Other: lower

    1 vote(s)
    5.0%
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  1. tifosi United Kingdom

    tifosi Well-Known Member

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    Hi All

    I'm wondering what screen resolutions, and particularly whether widescreen/standard formats you are al using on your pc & laptops.

    For years it's all been whether 800x600 or 1024x768. That was fine for 15.4" laptops etc but it has changed a lot in the last couple of years with a move to 17"+ standard laptop screens & 19-21" monitors.

    After doing mainly backend systems for a while I'm now doing both. While 1024 seems standard for development it often leads to whacky results when floating divs unless the body container is fixed.

    S
     
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  3. Systreg

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    I'm on 800 x 600 on this desktop, not sure what the laptop is, hardly ever use it.
     
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    tifosi Well-Known Member

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    pretty rare for 800x600 thesedays... though I'm not sure what resolution netbooks & 11-14" screens use.
     
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  6. rob

    rob Founding Member

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    1920 x 1200 here
     
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    retired_member13 Banned

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    2 x 1280 by 1024 (primary & secondary) on my Office PC which is the day-to-day dev machine

    plus:
    1 x 1920 by 1080 PC to LCD HD TV
    1 x 1440 x 900 Laptop
     
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  8. stevebrowne

    stevebrowne Active Member

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    The day to day machines on my desk:
    1 x 1920x1200 (mac)
    1 x 1600x1200 (pc)
    1 x 1280x1024 + 1 x 1280x768 second screen (pc)
    1 x 1400x1050 (laptop)
     
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    retired_member13 Banned

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    How big is your desk?
     
  10. stevebrowne

    stevebrowne Active Member

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    pretty big ;-) Kind of in a corner of the room; it goes: 1 x 24" widescreen, 1 x17", 1x 24" widesecreen, 1 x21", 1x14" laptop (it's a tablet swivelled into A4 orientation)
     
  11. rob

    rob Founding Member

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    This is a thread that needs Mr Bowlers input :)
     
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