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kingdavid
kingdavid
1,035 Points

Following along with Workspace.

There is no way for me to watch the assignment and then complete it side by side in the workspace. This is bothersome for me because I need to see the example and do it at the same time without constantly pausing and switching browser windows. Any advice please.

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
216,057 Points

Why not resize the windows so that they appear together without overlapping? In Windows OS, if you drag a window so the cursor hits the left or right edge of the screen, it will size it for you to fit one half of the screen exactly.

This is also a situation where a computer with two screens can be very handy.

kingdavid
kingdavid
1,035 Points

Thank you for the tip. I am on my laptop with a 15 inch screen. It gets a little difficult.

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
216,057 Points

Most laptops will accept a 2nd monitor. Maybe adding an external monitor would do the trick.