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    Environments editable

    greetings to all.

    possibility of modifying the environment to taste or multiple skins.
    That would change the sizes of the monitors. Previous monitors are very small and does not distinguish the image. This change would help the operator 3Play (currently requires physical Preview monitor). Another formula would be different Skins, Being the user to select the most convenient.

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    Ooh, that layout's got potential - I like it!
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    After actually operating the 3Play for a while (basketball) I vote for a layout like this also. We don't use the play list functionality at all and I'm going blind trying to pick my shots from the postage stamp size video windows.

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    2nd DVI out

    Why not give the option of using the 2nd DVI out to display part of the interface? The 850 multi-out makes me think about this.
    a dual monitor could show I/O on one and the playlist on the other
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