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Author Topic: What screensize do you have? Should we reduce size of left sidebar  (Read 7783 times)

mouser

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I'm worried that the left side bar might be taking up too much room..
i browse with 1600x1200 full screen so it's fine for me, but
for people who work with lower resolutions maybe the left sidebar occupies too much space.

please post your thoughts.

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Jibz

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I usually have my browser window at about 800-900 pixels wide. Works ok for me.

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I operate on 1280x1024.  My monitor can't go above that, but I think my vision would get worse if I used it.  Anyhow, the sidebar doesn't bother me, but if I was using 800x600 it might.
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I use 1280x1024, so it looks fine to me

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I use 1024x768. It looks fine here.

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PC: 1600x1200
Laptop: 1920x1200

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Using a flatscreen, I cant go beoynd 1280x1024.
There is no problems using your site for me.

zridling

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1280x1024 and the site is nice and clean on my end.