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  • < 1024 x 768

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  • 1024 x 768

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  • 1152 x 864

    1 9.09%
  • 1280 x 768

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  • 1280 x 960

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  • 1280 x 0124

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I am making some linux forums wallpapers and want to use the most popular resolution. thanks for your time folks. Kris...
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    Wall papers


    I am making some linux forums wallpapers and want to use the most popular resolution.

    thanks for your time folks.

    Kris
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    cool.. I'm curious... I'm using 1280x1024 and 1600x1200
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    1024 x 768 because anything else will look like crap on my LCD.

    Kriss

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    1024x768 at home
    1600x1200 at work
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    thanks

    thanks very much. did nose around but couldn't find one.
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    wasn't there a similar poll by jason lambert earlier this month?

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    yes

    Quote Originally Posted by ICeMaN
    wasn't there a similar poll by jason lambert earlier this month?
    yes there was. as coppertop pointed out.

    with 30 votes in the last one. lets see if we can get a few more this time.
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    Why not have a look at some "real life" statistcs?
    http://msv.dk/ms673.asp

    loks like 1024x768 at 32 bpp is the average.
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