ANN: The release of BlackAdder V1.0.0 - this time for real :)

Ken Godee ken at perfect-image.com
Fri Sep 19 07:59:19 CEST 2003


yaipa h. wrote:
> You have our permission to go out an buy that second monitor, 
> so that this DREADFUL problem never happens again. ;^)
> Someone has to run the regressions on a dual headed system
> and you get our vote.
> 
> On a more serious note, you will find that you use the office printer
> a whole lot less on a dual head machine.
> 
>   --Alan
> 
> "John Dean" <john at rygannon.com> wrote in message news:<3f6a2bd3$0$10998$fa0fcedb at lovejoy.zen.co.uk>...
> 
>>Hi
>>You may or may know that BA is based on the Qt GUI Application Toolkit, so
>>you problem with the duel monitor set up is something I shall take up with
>>Trolltech. Unfortunately, none of use at theKompany run a duel monitor setup
>>so it is something that we are not aware of. Thank you for bring up this
>>problem and I will get back to you with a solution or our proposal for a
>>solution

boy, I didn't want to keep jumping in on this Black Adder thing but.....

I also run dual monitors and Black Adder / Qt designer / pyqt apps do 
not have any problems splitting the screens.

I'm only testing the Black Adder demo version on win32(98se) though,
Nvidia (without thier goofy utilities, that screw up everything)
I forget what dual head card/reference design that's in that machine
but it's an under $100.00 card.















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