Many years ago my company made drawings with Mac software called ClarisCad. There is no current software (at least that we have found) that can open the ClarisCad drawings without mangling them. So, In order to access those old drawings, we have to run Mac OS 8.5 in a 68000 emulator on a PC.
Yikes! OK. That's a reasonable explanation...haha.
it took some getting used to at first, but now I like it. I use this screen for email, interwebz, and overflow when I have too much going on.
I have that going on as well, but have 2 widescreen monitors which are the same model. Already told bossman when we spring for laptops + docking stations my monitors have to go and I'll need the set which matches the docking station so my laptop screen and external monitors are the same size. The only acceptable variation is that I'll have the laptop, 2 landscape monitors, and then the fourth monitor will be portrait.
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