I have a dual monitor setup that consists of an old 19" CRT (Philips 109P) and a 20.1" 1600x1200 LCD (Samsung 204B). I've always just managed with having different resolutions on the monitors, but one thing that always bugged me is that the pixels were different sizes if I picked standard resolutions. When you drag a window from one monitor to the other you get an odd "zoom" effect. But I always knew that CRTs don't have fixed resolutions and you can pick whatever you want. I figured out the setup to create a custom resolution in Windows so the two differently sized monitors would match up exactly.
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Summer is great for food because you can always find fresh ingredients at the local farmers' market or your own garden. Sometimes you bought (or harvested) a lot of great vegtables and don't know what to do with them. With no meal planned on a lazy Saturday afternoon, we were getting very hungry and needed something fast. I made a fresh pasta sauce from the tons of fresh vegtables in the house.