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Re: THANKs - TERM: layout-free design

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  • raesim
    ... You ve misunderstood me. By upright I meant the normal position for a TV screen, i.e. standing, as opposed to flat. ... The options do seem rather
    Message 1 of 5 , Aug 4, 2004
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      > > I took 'horizontal' to mean 'flat' (not 'widthways')
      > > and 'vertical' to mean 'upright' (not 'lengthways').
      >
      > So did I -- after all the two words are for two-dimensional
      > systems -- but that's the problem: what's the point in having a TV
      > screen in upright position? Only perhaps looking at it as you do
      > at ASCII smileys ;-)

      You've misunderstood me. By 'upright' I meant the normal position
      for a TV screen, i.e. standing, as opposed to flat.

      > I'm still rather witless as to what other than 'normal' positions
      > a TV set may take to call its design layout-free. Perhaps really
      > on the ceiling.

      The options do seem rather limited.

      Simon
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