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@aardwolf - Just noticed your desktop slides two more screens over. Makes me jealous to have all that workspace area. My crappy little 15 inch only does 1024x768 max and I only have one monitor to work with. Question, with your setup, are you using Synergy on three sperate pc's(and if so, when you do a screen grab does it grab all three or do you splice them together in photoshop)? or have some sort of multy switch for three monitors on one pc?

At work I have one monitor that switches between about a dozen pc's when we hit the "prt scrn" button and we have to use something like snaggit to do the screen grabs.

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@aardwolf - Just noticed your desktop slides two more screens over. Makes me jealous to have all that workspace area. My crappy little 15 inch only does 1024x768 max and I only have one monitor to work with. Question, with your setup, are you using Synergy on three sperate pc's(and if so, when you do a screen grab does it grab all three or do you splice them together in photoshop)? or have some sort of multy switch for three monitors on one pc?

At work I have one monitor that switches between about a dozen pc's when we hit the "prt scrn" button and we have to use something like snaggit to do the screen grabs.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/darrenkitchen/377118454/
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@aardwolf - Just noticed your desktop slides two more screens over. Makes me jealous to have all that workspace area. My crappy little 15 inch only does 1024x768 max and I only have one monitor to work with. Question, with your setup, are you using Synergy on three sperate pc's(and if so, when you do a screen grab does it grab all three or do you splice them together in photoshop)? or have some sort of multy switch for three monitors on one pc?

At work I have one monitor that switches between about a dozen pc's when we hit the "prt scrn" button and we have to use something like snaggit to do the screen grabs.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/darrenkitchen/377118454/

Sweet!

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@Razor512 - You'll have to show us the finished product on that 3d thingy your working on in Maya.

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