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12-04-2007 @ 12:57PM
The 1680 x 1050 version is the same ratio as 1920 x 1200, so it will scale up without distortion if you use the "stretch" wallpaper mode. The image wont be per-pixel-perfect, but it wont look any better if I scale it up with Photoshop either, as this is the resolution I created the source images at. Until I can afford to upgrade my display (which wont be any time soon) I most likely will not create wallpapers larger then 1680 x 1050. I will, however, look into a dual screen format (2560 x 1024, for example) when I have the time to do so.Dual widescreen (3840 x 1200) is right out, unless you want to buy me the two monitors. ^_^
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