So I bought this Philips widescreen 23" LCD monitor and plugged it into my 24" iMac via a DVI cable. All well and good. The Philips is almost as sharp as the iMac's built-in LCD display. Now I can leave pictures in Photoshop on the iMac and stick palettes, menus, etc., on the Philips.
Made my life simpler, right?
Wrong. Together, the two displays create a giant display forty one inches wide. And I keep losing the furschlugginer cursor. Even Mouse Locator is only a minor relief, since I must still scan this vast window over a yard wide to find the cursor target.
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