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Old 18 May 2012, 05:46   #5
desiv
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OK, bumping an old thread for something kind of related and something I'm just missing..

I understand that selecting "backdrop" gets rid of the WB window and places it all on the screen, giving you some more real estate..

My question is, "why would you ever NOT use that?"

Is there an advantage/features to using WB in a Window???

I always just set it to backdrop when I got my Amigas, and I never really thought about it..

Just wondering...

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