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3-26-2009 @ 10:54PM
nVidia GPUs actually offer very nice Dual-Screen options. As mentioned before set to windowed mode then maximize. I'd advise that you don't use the complete area of both screens, maybe 100% & 50% on the second.On the second you can have all your damage/threat metres with the minimap and what have you. Basically anything you don't need/want to look at all of the time. Just outside of that you could have your Vent or IM/PM programs as well as Thottbott or what have you.If you happen to (unluckily) running Vista then you could also download the Server Status widget. There is another one I found that includes a searchengine that covers Thott/WoWhead/WoWwiki and a few other sites. Don't forget to set your RSS feed up with WoWinsider too ;)But as for your first question; the only possible way currently to talk cross-server is during BGs. And that in it's self is extremely hard to get into the same BG to talk cross-server let alone the obvious time constraints. I don't think you'll be seeing anything in-game wise on this matter, but don't quote me on that.For now I guess you could just roll toons on other servers and considering you have two screens double-box and just use the secondary as a WoW chat engine... maximize the Chat Pane (Prat works great for this) and sit in your favourite (or most lag-free) capital and problem solved :P
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