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View Poll Results: What is your screen resolution?
Even lower 0 0%
640 x 768 1 0.44%
800 x 600 13 5.75%
1024 x768 98 43.36%
Even higher 99 43.81%
Custom (specify) 15 6.64%
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Old 08-15-2004, 01:09 AM
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I am using 1280x1024 at a refresh rate of 85 Hz. Every thing looks great. No problems with the site, it seems to dynamically load OK with all the browsers I use.

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Old 08-15-2004, 01:40 AM
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I retract the 'well-intentioned' part. Would you have preferred me to simply answer your question without any explanation?
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    If they're so bad, are you sure this is the hobby for you ?

Originally Posted by Gary Richardson
Kevin, Sensitive or what ? Take the chip off your shoulder, it's unbalancing you.
Probably what.

It just seemed strange* that someone would tell a contributor/visitor to a retouching forum that they might be in the wrong "hobby", simply on the basis of one post. I figured if you knew the background you might not be so hasty in your suggestion to find another "hobby". It appears I was incorrect. My apologies.

In the meantime, I'll continue saving for Apple's 30 inch Cinema. That and the Artisan should make a great combination, at a resolution I can use.

* Strange, odd, bizarre, rude, out of place, inappropriate, unexpected...
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Old 08-16-2004, 12:57 AM
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Kevin, Sorry if I caused you any offence. When I first posted the optician suggestion, it was meant as light hearted humour. I have seen your contributions to this site, and they are to be valued. When I suggested that possibly this was not the right hobby for you it was just that this is a very sight oriented activity, and possibly further damage to your sight could be caused by the large amount of close and detailed visual study that is usually involved in a restore.

If my meaning did not come across, you must put it down to my poor ability to express myself on screen. Sorry!
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Old 08-20-2004, 02:12 PM
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Two monitors both at 1280x1024; on the left is my 'reading and palette monitor' a 19" flat screen (Samsung SyncMaster 191T); on the right is my 'color' monitor' a 19" CRT (Sony Trinitron) set for 9300K. I don't ever actually 'proof' color on a monitor.

My eyes were at least 20/20 my whole life until I turned 40 and my near vision has been getting worse ever since. I'm wearing 1.5x reading glasses right now and that helps. If couldn't correct my vision, I think I might do something requiring less acuity. I spend a lot of time looking at film, prints and monitors and when I work without my glasses I miss stuff that I really don't want to miss. When I zoom in on an image I miss other stuff that's off the screen. is pretty appealing to me but building demolition and tree surgery are my backup professions.

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Old 08-22-2004, 02:15 PM
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screen resolution

I use 1600X1200 and use two monitors
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Old 10-11-2004, 01:20 PM
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1900 x 1220

and 1600 x 1200

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Old 01-03-2005, 10:40 AM
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1600x1200 on a 22" Monitor

I also have an SVIDEO set-up entertainment purposes, would be nice to have a 32" Monitor to grace my room, but alas as a TV it is no good for anything too detailed.
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Old 01-03-2005, 06:47 PM
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1400x1050@85Hz on my 19" monitor
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Old 02-02-2005, 04:34 PM
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Originally Posted by Ant
1900 x 1220
and 1600 x 1200
now, that's one HELL of a monitor justTeasing

i use 1400x1050, 1280x960, 1152x864, and 1024x768 on my 19", depending on what profile i'm logged to

btw, i'm surprised to see so many non-4:3 resolutions here (1280x1024 to be precise)... do you guys have some special monitors or what?
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Old 03-08-2005, 12:46 PM
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I run two monitors:

1280 x 960 Emac native
1600 x 1200 Medion

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