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Les Sula
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Les Sula
Courses Plus Student 1,576 Points

having the demo video and work spaces both open on my screen

This is really stupid, but I need help with this. Can someone please explain to me, in detail, just exactly how to display both the demo video and work spaces on my screen in the best workable fashion? When I have the two tabs open I can minimize them both and have them side by side on my screen, but if the demo vid is minimized the text/code is so small that I can't read it. I don't have that problem with work spaces I can minimize the window and the text remains normal size.

Thank You, Les

2 Answers

Hello. I'm using Windows 8 with Google Chrome and W8 has this feature, when I drag the page on the left or right side, a little window appear, where exactly I want that page to be sticked. After that I just drag the other page to the opposite site, and it works for me well.

James Reynolds
James Reynolds
3,182 Points

Personally on my Macbook I swipe up with 3 fingers and click the plus symbol to add a new desktop viewer. I put the video in one and workspace in the other. I then use 3 fingers to swipe left and right between the two separate desktop views.