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I am just taking a poll to see how many chief users have opted to go with a curved 34" monitor as opposed to perhaps a larger normal ratio 31."

I personally think that having multiple windows of Chief open would seem to make more sense with the wide screen option.  I want to hear people that have one and if it was the right choice.

 

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Anthony     

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