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Subject: Re: Windows freeware to lock in a 3: or 4:3 aspect ratio for cropping
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"J. P. Gilliver (John)"<G6JPG-255@255soft.uk> wrote

| >recently mounted my monitor on a drawer slide because
| >I was leaning forward so much it was hurting my neck.
| >now I just sit down and pull the monitor toward me...
| >So I can't lean forward. Though I'm not sure what
| >the radiation from that close display might be doing to
| >my eyes. :)
|
| CRT or LCD?

  LCD. Like TVs, they have threaded holes on the
back to accomodate mounting hardware. So I
made a drawer of sorts, then mounted that with
steel drawer slides under a shelf over my desk,
also taking off the base. So it's right in front of
me and can slide in about a 2' range. I wouldn't
want to try that with CRT. :)