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How do I recover all the screen real estate wasted by the vertical frame on the right in this new forum design?

-- Roy Zider

Personally, I did it with the AdBlockPlus add-on for Firefox,  See this thread:

http://forums.adobe.com/thread/999549?tstart=0

If you've ever used that add-on before, you'll be up and running in seconds.

If you've never used it, it won't take you long to figure it out. 

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How recover forum screen real estate

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How do I recover all the screen real estate wasted by the vertical frame on the right in this new forum design?

-- Roy Zider

Personally, I did it with the AdBlockPlus add-on for Firefox,  See this thread:

http://forums.adobe.com/thread/999549?tstart=0

If you've ever used that add-on before, you'll be up and running in seconds.

If you've never used it, it won't take you long to figure it out. 

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Personally, I did it with the AdBlockPlus add-on for Firefox,  See this thread:

http://forums.adobe.com/thread/999549?tstart=0

If you've ever used that add-on before, you'll be up and running in seconds.

If you've never used it, it won't take you long to figure it out. 

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station_one     yes -- exactly what I want to do.  I've posted a reply to that thread, inquiring about add-on for Internet Explorer. Thank you.

-- Roy Zider

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Maybe this is that excuse to get that wonderful new 30" monitor you have been craving.  You know you want it... 

-Noel

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Noel Carboni wrote:

Maybe this is that excuse to get that wonderful new 30" monitor you have been craving...         

Not sure if you're addressing the OP, but in my case I prefer dual monitors that give me over 4,000 pixels horizontaly and can be set at a slight angle to each other, so as to minimize head movements.

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station_one wrote:

Not sure if you're addressing the OP

I was, but I'm with you, actually.

DualMonitors.jpg

So maybe we both each need dual 30" monitors?

-Noel

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Whoaa -- dual 30" monitors.  Star Trek command center.  Indeed, in my dreams.

My son got a huge (horizontal) monitor from Santa for Christmas.  More real estate, to be sure, but not better resolution  Still 85 to 100 dpi or so.  Santa, however, is still using what I think has been for all practical purposes the standard monitor for a long time: 12x9 = 15" diagonal, 1024 x 768, 85 dpi.  Immediate identification of web designs that ignore this canonical target -- like this new forum layout.

Maybe one of these days the monitor manufacturers will get to fax resolution -- 200 dpi -- at which point I'll spring for a major upgrade.

-- Roy

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FUBARinSFO wrote:

How do I recover all the screen real estate wasted by the vertical frame on the right in this new forum design?

-- Roy Zider

That's easy:  Hire some competent interface designers.

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