From: Shane Dempsey (sdempsey at domain tssg.wit.ie)
Date: Tue 28 Sep 1999 - 13:40:55 IST
Well I don't turn the monitor brightness up the whole way but I definitely
notice a lot
As for the DigitalBlasphemy background, what are graphics cards for?
I am not going to start playing games with this machine so I might as well
kind of visual satisfaction from it.
----- Original Message -----
From: zeris <zeris at domain zeris.net>
To: <ilug at domain linux.ie>
Sent: 28 September 1999 12:52
Subject: Re: [ILUG] anti rad/glare filters
> * John P . Looney (valen at domain tuatha.org) [990928 12:48]:
> > On Tue, Sep 28, 1999 at 12:17:42PM +0100, Shane Dempsey mentioned:
> > > anti rad./glare filters for 19" / 21" monitors.
> > You could just turn the brightness down. I've found that anti-glare
> > filters are bad for your eyes, as they decrease the sharpness of the
> > They are generally appricated in offices where people turn they monitor
> > brightness up the full way.
> or he could simply ditch the Digital Blasphemy background, it is of little
> wonder why you need an anti-glare filter.
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