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CadenGrant
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I’m getting 3 of these :)

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824009266

Gonna help for when I’m working on themes :)

1 screen for dreamweaver, 1 for browser to see what it looks like, and 1 for ftp :P

I think you should do something similar. 3 monitors could really speed things up and make things easier.

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digitalimpact
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1 screen for dreamweaver, 1 for browser to see what it looks like, and 1 for ftp :P

I’d use the third one for emails and such :P Dreamweaver can handle FTP ;)

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Hi, I have a problem with a.more-toggle (+ icon on the right side). Everytime I click on “x icon” to close the content panel. It returns to previous pane all the time.

For example, let’s say I have 3 main menus on the right which are home, services, teams. If the current pane is “services”, I click on ”+ icon” to see the content on the right side then click on “x icon” to close the content panel. It returns to “home” pane header. It should return to “services” pane header.

Could you point me where should I look at the problem?

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please delete

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Dream-Theme
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Hi, I have a problem with a.more-toggle (+ icon on the right side). Everytime I click on “x icon” to close the content panel. It returns to previous pane all the time.

For example, let’s say I have 3 main menus on the right which are home, services, teams. If the current pane is “services”, I click on ”+ icon” to see the content on the right side then click on “x icon” to close the content panel. It returns to “home” pane header. It should return to “services” pane header.

Could you point me where should I look at the problem?

Bravo!

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designmodo
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Hi Denoizzed, we have published an article/guide, about How to Choose the Right Monitor for Web Design – http://designmodo.com/monitor-design/ I hope it will be useful for you.

Also, you can try to write about color calibration.

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