Thread: MONITOR POSITIONING?
04-21-2010, 11:09 AM #1
I have a five foot width for my new cockpit, and three 19 inch monitors which span the
whole width. These are for instruments etc but I need some space for goflight units as
well! Anybody turned a monitor on it's side to find extra width space? Can images be configured to suit this arrangement - or would everything be on it's side? Looks like I might have to buy
some 4:3 monitors or knock a wall out!!!!
04-21-2010, 11:47 AM #2
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Re: MONITOR POSITIONING?
I cant answer if you use ati graphics but certainly with nvidia, all you need do is go into the nvidia control panel and choose rotate view 90 degrees or something along those lines, some just say landscape or portrait, you can always switch back if settings get messed up.
One thing to look out for is if some screens are turned the image is difficult to see from an angle.
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