Thanks. I didn't know about those. Using prosilver now ThanksSniper_E wrote:The second part we have gone over. No more need to beat that dead horse.
As far as the first part.... Have you looked at all our other styles with your high resolution?
Check out our styles....
Style 1: viewtopic.php?style=1&p=94844#p94844
Style 2: viewtopic.php?style=2&p=94844#p94844
Style 3: viewtopic.php?style=3&p=94844#p94844 (our default style)
Style 4: viewtopic.php?style=4&p=94844#p94844
Style 8: viewtopic.php?style=8&p=94844#p94844
Style 9: viewtopic.php?style=9&p=94844#p94844
Style 10: viewtopic.php?style=10&p=94844#p94844
We have multiple style available so that you can choose which one you like the best with your (wide screen)
twodayslate wrote:@sTraTo: Asus A1 has a resolution of 1024 x 600 - http://www.amazon.com/Acer-Aspire-8-9-i ... B001BBS76Q
Ika wrote:espn.com and yahoo.com... some of the most visited sites on the web are a minimum of 1024px ... so it is certainly the favored minimum in my opinion. I will continue to build my styles as a 1024px minimum even though my monitor is 1600px wide. My latest is a variable width style that can be 1024px and up in size. It will be released this weekend.
Very true. But you can try your best to make everyone happy.Ika wrote:At the end of the day it is up to every individual designer how they design their work. If you design something one size... somebody will want it another... you can't please everyone... so it is simply a matter of designer preference.
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