He feeds the crows first thing. Rushing yesterday. Perhaps he still feels guilty for using the hawk call to chase off the parrots for he also chased off the crows.
Rushing through the morning also meant getting him a new monitor. The on and off switches on two of his monitors have died. He does need to see what he is doing at work, so, after great research, we headed out inland. It was only mid-eighties there. It was worse as we drove toward home through the valley…in the nineties.
“We have to get you one,” he keeps saying this morning.
Graphics have always been a part of my life. The screen on my current monitor is 11 and ½ inches tall x 15 ¾ wide…18 ¾ corner to corner. His new monitor is straight up and down is 13 ¼ x 23 and ½. Diagonally is 27. It’s that width that grabs this graphic artist as a problem.
Most sites are still designed for the smaller screens. Most folks can only replace their 11x15 screens by the wide versions. With the great Geezer on the other side of the desk bound and determined to whip me into a 21st century monitor, I need to begin broadening my design thinking. Not all of you are wide screen yet, so this is going to offer a problem. If I enlarge the content, what can you see? If I broaden the banner, can you see it? Do any of you have the larger monitors yet? Oh, endless….