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Do you use a Portrait mode monitor?

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I had a paper white rotatable portrait monitor for my Mac IIsi.

I found it easier to write using that monitor and enabling typewriter sounds on my keyboard. 

Brought back college memories. And also subconsciously resurrected some of the skills that allowed me to author 50 page technical papers without breaking a sweat. 

Sometimes you just need to plug into what's most and "oldest familiar" to get things done.

But that's me.  ;D

Tried it, abandoned it.
-mouser (August 14, 2014, 11:39 AM)
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Found it good when dedicated to reading things such as PDFs, but have stopped doing the multiple display thing.

Function lengths might get longer as a result and that's not so good when working with other people or when I have no or poor access to such tall displays.

surface pro
i read comics in portrait, as well as ebooks if im lying down.  it's a joy. 

Stoic Joker:
I voted Bacon.

Perry Mowbray:
My main monitor is Landscape, but I have a portrait monitor to the right (that is very handy for reading and doing full A4 views)


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