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Old 05-04-2010, 02:46 PM   #71
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Originally posted by JohnWho:
Perhaps someone can come up with a logical reason to do it?  
OK, stretching things a little.

If I had an application that would only work at a lower resolution setting, I could run that application on the "analog" screen, set up at a lower resolution. Then I could use the monitor controls to switch between that input and the normal, higher-resolution DVI input.

I've actually seen such technical cases - they were always run with two monitors, to avoid having to toggle the inputs on one monitor. But if you could only afford one monitor......
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