.. but who is so crazy for it they run AutoCAD in CLEANSCREEN all the time (or a good portion of the time)?
And if you are not brave enough to do so:
I'm on a 25" screen and other than toggling my ribbon to "minimize to panel buttons" I do nothing else.
1. Actually never complained about it even in the 14" CRT from way back. Is that not what Zoom is for?
Ever since the monitors got bigger (20" CRT) then Flatpanel (30") to the current 24-32-24 it has only gotten better.
2. 24" Asus VE248/1920x1080 - 32" Sharp Aquos LC-32D59U/1366 x 768 - 24" Asus VE248/1920x1080
3. The work space:
I think I have screenus envy...
I've got a good portion of your setup: dual 24" Asus VE248/1920x1080, just missing the centerpiece.
With the dual monitors and all of the undockable AutoCAD/Revit components moved to the secondary monitor, never had a shortage of drawing space, and never used CLEANSCREEN for more than a minute. That's jus' plain crazy. Maybe that should be an AU challenge for the prize of new monitors or something!
I'll admit that the third is a bit superfluous but it is nice to throw up an Excel worksheet or website or job site pictures that pertain to the drawing and not have to tab back and forth when working.
I use 2 screens at work -- AutoCAD and/or Revit straight ahead, and Navisworks, Outlook, Access, Excel etc to the left.
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