Originally posted by gster123
Oh well I minimise a window now and have either IE of windows photo wiewer open on another monitor.
i must have misread this part then
i'm merely saying that you have Maya in one monitor and the other stuff you need/want to see at the same time in the other monitor
but my justification for three monitors is:
2: Maya's floating windows (i'm lazy and see this as a way of not having to continuously open/closing floating windows like hypergraph, hypershade, attribute editor, etc)
3: window for documentation/references/other programs