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Old 07 April 2007, 19:56   #1
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Eek I'm too scared to use Magic Workbench

I've been jealous of the desktops people post here now and then, and I want to make my desktop look better. Is it possible? I have an 1200 with 10MBs of RAM, and a standard 1081 (yes, 1081!!) monitor.

Although I have installed several applications that increased my OS functionality, it still looks pretty much like it did 15 years ago.

I'm currently using a standard Workbench layout, with a 640x256 resolution. Laced resolution look awful in my monitor, and software solutions such as MagicTV do not solve the flickering problem efficiently, so not many choices there.

I've been thinking of Magic Workbench. In the documentation, it says that I must use a proportional resolution. Does this mean that the icons will look awful in my resolution? I'm too scared to try it because according to the guide, all my icon images will be replaced and it will be a real pain to install them again.

What do you think?
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