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Implemented Featured Resources looks empty

Discussion in 'Resource Manager Closed Suggestions' started by erich37, Oct 20, 2013.

  1. erich37

    erich37 Well-Known Member

    Featured Resources looks empty when viewing on my 24-inch screen.

    It would look much better if there were 5 "Featured Resources" instead of just 4 boxes.
    Also, it would look nicer if there would be more space between each of these boxes.



  2. Mike

    Mike XenForo Developer Staff Member

    FWIW, I think browsing at 1920 wide is a complete waste and actually reduces readability due to extremely long line lengths.

    I have taken the number of featured resources up to potentially handle this case though, as I don't think it's that uncommon...
  3. Shelley

    Shelley Well-Known Member

    Not everyone has their pagewidth set at 100%, I wouldn't say the following reduces readability.
  4. Deebs

    Deebs Well-Known Member

    I use a resolution of 2560 x 1440 and the resource manager looks like this:

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  5. Jeremy

    Jeremy Well-Known Member

    I think it depends on the content. Personally, I feel it reduces the readability if there's light content with associated information (ie, resource information) floated to the opposite side of the text), but for large blocks of text I think its fine. But, that doesn't stop me from using browsers full width most of the time.
  6. Shelley

    Shelley Well-Known Member

    It depends on a number of factors one I just posted above.

  7. Deebs

    Deebs Well-Known Member

    @Shelley Gotta love a Dell U2713H factory calibrated monitor :) about to order my second one to replace my Samsung, the difference in colours is just incredible!
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  8. Shelley

    Shelley Well-Known Member

    Order me two of those. :p I'm still using x2 samsung 25" models but could do with going to a higher resolution to gain more space in photoshop. 1920 just doesn't cut it nowadays.
  9. Deebs

    Deebs Well-Known Member

    Tell you what, I used cheap monitors for years and years, finally I was introduced to a decent monitor by a friend. OMG, the difference is like day vs night. This monitor is just incredible and is worth the money spent, I view sites/images on both and the Samsung is just crap in comparison.
  10. Shelley

    Shelley Well-Known Member

    I always thought samsung's were good solid monitors especially for the crispy display but willing to be converted. I have no doubt the dell is much better in comparison than them since I know a few people that use them and have raved about them. Out of curiosity, how much are they going for and where are you purchasing yours from I might check them out.
  11. Deebs

    Deebs Well-Known Member

    I bought my first one from Ebuyer. Here is the blurb from Dell.
  12. Brogan

    Brogan XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    Best monitor I ever had was a Dell UltraSharp.

    Most expensive too.
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  13. erich37

    erich37 Well-Known Member

    I was actually thinking of buying a smaller monitor.... just to get rid of the empty space at "Featured Resources" :p:D;)
  14. Shelley

    Shelley Well-Known Member

    Overclockers are doing some good deals on that brand. Alot less expensive than directly from Dell, very tempted in ordering two of them.
  15. Deebs

    Deebs Well-Known Member

    Do it, they are superb monitors and you get a calibration sheet about your monitor. The difference is mind blowing.
  16. Brogan

    Brogan XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    You can always just use the XenVetana style @erich37
  17. Shelley

    Shelley Well-Known Member

  18. Digital Doctor

    Digital Doctor Well-Known Member

    That looks weird.

    @Shelley - yours still looks empty.

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