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how do you manage to follow the tutorials without having 2 screens ?

eric_doloriseric_doloris Member Posts: 2 EDU
 hello, when you are not an English speaker and with only one screen, it's really difficult; today i found the method to decrease the speed of videos! otherwise excellent software. best regards


  • bradley_saulnbradley_sauln Moderator, Onshape Employees, Developers Posts: 375
    On a Mac I tend to have 2 virtual desktops that I then swap back and forth on. This does require more pausing of the video though. 

    If you don't mind smaller fonts or images you can always try to put both windows side by side and zoom out the browser window (press CTRL + Minus (-)) to still show all the detail.
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  • steve_shubinsteve_shubin Member Posts: 804 ✭✭✭✭

    If you think about it another way, it’s possible you have more than one screen

    In fact it’s possible you may have three screens

    I have an iPhone. I can take a lightning to HDMI cable and plug my iPhone into my TV. I also have a little adapter that will allow me to charge my iPhone at the same time

    If you have the Apple TV device, you don’t even need that cable

    With either of the above set ups, you could watch videos on the large screen of your tv, and at the same time, use Onshape on your computer

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