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    Evil Painting Size Issue

    I have a widescreen Generic PnP Monitor with 1680x1050 pixels resolution (It's a really long widescreen), and recently I realized when viewing my works on other computers, the colors aren't as sharp, and the image itself is very, very scrunched up looking compared to what I see on my monitor.

    Is there a way where the image will appear the same on all resolutions, or any other way of solving it? Thanks. :/
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    monitors vary.. crt and lcd will show differently.. you can calibrate it but if another isn't well.. it's going to show up differently.. don't think there's ONE solution as it will depend on each monitors... the best you can do is make sure your monitor is calibrated correctly...
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    Remember kids, Lcd is superior.
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