Don't appear so rabid in your posts?Tiggo said:Well, if you have a suggestion, bring it up directly. I hate it, might be my problem, when people just beat about the bushes and make all those sarcatic comments.
OK. First, my screen is a 24 inch flat LCD at 1280 X1024 resolution that cost 10 times that much; Your signature picture was previously way too big & relatively useless. You changed it. Now your current signature picture is way too big, and even more useless? Perhaps consider re-sizing the picture?Tiggo said:If you wanted to say that my signiture picture is too big, just say it, and it's not like i'm gonna freak out or anything. I am pretty sure we are not in a world that values black sarcasm, for I might as well say something like "log onto newegg and grab a bigger screen for like 200 bucks" or something like that which i am pretty sure you won't appreciate.
...sniff...you're right....God I'm so ashamed...I'm viewing this website on my vintage 1988 Motorola cell phone display....black & white no less... I'm so impressed with your abilities..Tiggo said:You liar, you have absolutely close to zero understanding toward nowaday computer display technolgy.
A 24 inch Flat LCD, say a DELL UltraSharp 2407FPW, only costs around 700 bucks, in Europe it is more expensive, say around 800 euros. Dell may produce crappy laptops or ugly LCD TVs, but its LCD Monitors are of top qualities and the 2407 FPW is one of the finest monitors in that category with a resolution of WUXGA being 1920 x 1200.
what is the brand of monitor you are using? a 24" running on XVGA? it's like dring your Ferrai on a muddy country road. :lol: and I have never heard of that before.
To my best knowledge, you are probably using some crappy 17"/19" LCD monitors which cost exactly like 200 bucks. They, on the other hand, have a native resolution of 1280 x 1024.
Now quit bringing up the nonsense and get a life.