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PixelBin
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I’ve switched to Mac and their Spaces are really working for me, I have 9 of them set and I don’t notice any slow downs in my work flow – though after a few months of practice… It’s like having 9 displays but instead of moving your head around, you just press a hotkey :)

Just switched to using Spaces as well—can’t believe I didn’t right from the second I setup my Mac! One of the best tools to increase “screen estate” and workflow on a smaller screen.

I’m on a 15” MacBook Pro so I’m stuck with 1440 by 900 but I prefer it after moving from a 24” 1920 by 1200 external screen (which I still have but refuse to use).

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MSFX
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2560×1440 I used to have 2×1680x1050 next to each other, but I decided to just buy one larger and more expensive -> saves money in the long run. It also saves a lot of space on my desk now and my neck don’t hurt that much from a previous constant movement left to right.

and what did you buy… :)

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mudi
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I can’t get the point of this topic but anyway I am using full HD :D

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TylerQuinn
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2×1440x900 monitors. I find having two monitors allows you to do some things that spaces for example just wont let you although I do plan on replacing one with a nice Apple cinema display this summer.

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FutureSight
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my first website was made on a fifteen inch screen with 1024×768 pixels :O

hahaha me too!

My screen is 1650×1080 at home, but at work I’ve got hmmm around 10 monitor where biggest once are 23”, usually working on 3.

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campolar
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but at work I’ve got hmmm around 10 monitor where biggest once are 23”, usually working on 3.

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EFEKT_Studio
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320×240

my workspace:

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Morad
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320×240

my workspace:

What is that stuff :D

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FRESHFACE
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2560×1440 I used to have 2×1680x1050 next to each other, but I decided to just buy one larger and more expensive -> saves money in the long run. It also saves a lot of space on my desk now and my neck don’t hurt that much from a previous constant movement left to right.
and what did you buy… :)

@MSFX Apple Cinema Display 27” – so it matches my Mac Pro :) But if I would be a serious photographer or print designer then I would buy some other display for sure. Apple Cinema Display is great for webdesign and long night drooling over the dribbble shots which is enough for my use.


...I find having two monitors allows you to do some things that spaces for example just wont let you…

@TylerQuinn Ha, say at least 5 often happening things which spaces won’t let you do and dual displays will let you do :P

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Wlado
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Full HD 1920×1080 and HD 1280×720 :)

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