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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by HALE101, Mar 17, 2018.
I personally use the more space option , just gaging what the rest of yall use?
I had to check but also "More space". Whats the point in having this resolution if I don't use it ?
My Retina MBP is connected to a 27" Thunderbolt and a 23" Apple Cinema Display
I have all of them set at default for display
do you find it jarring to have 2 different size external monitors? i have a 24" right now and I'm planning on getting apples new display whenever that comes out which I assume will be 27".
I do modeling in maya mostly so I wanted to have one display dedicated to that and then use the other 2 as a desktop
No problem for me
I typically have the 23" ACD set up running a VM of Windows 10 with Fusion
The 27" Thunderbolt is the main driver and has my web browser and other primary apps and items
The MBP display shows my social media... Twitter feed along with a weather app and some desktop folders and items
The ACD is on my left
The Thunderbolt is in the middle
And the MBP is on a stand to the right
My 5k iMac is maxed out as well as my 15” Pros. In fact, on the 15” Pro if I could hack it like you can the MacBook I would.
I normally use "more space", as it's the only option that can give me the screen real estate I had with a 17" MBP.
Not really a dealbreaker (the current Retinas are great and I can live with the slight decrease in sharpness), but if in the future Apple finally gave us a 4K MBP with a 3840x2400 native resolution and integer scaling to 1920x1200, I'd be more than happy.