[fpc-pascal] Lazarus Release 2.0.2 - suggestions
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Wed Apr 17 17:32:49 CEST 2019
On 16/04/2019 19:49, Rainer Stratmann wrote:
>> Anyone who seriously develops software, specially desktop applications,
>> is/should be using at least two (better 3 monitors).
> That is completely new for me that the amount of monitors is an indication of
> how professional someone can write good software.
True, there probably is no direct correlation between multiple monitors
and professional developers.....
But G*D damn, having multiple monitors are super useful when it comes to
desktop management. I started off with 2 monitors and 3 virtual desktops
(same apps always on same virtual desktops), and for the last 5 years
have been working on three monitors (hardly ever use virtual desktops
these days). 2 monitors were already a massive upgrade and 3 seems to be
the sweet spot for me (desk space and peripheral vision).
21" vertical on the left (1080x1920)
27" landscape in the middle (2560x1440)
21" vertical on the right (1080x1920)
All aligned on the top edge of the monitors.
e-mail client, web browser, console windows, help files (eg: pdfs, chm
or inf) are normally on the outer monitors, and development tools are
always in the middle. I absolutely love this setup!
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