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I know there are a lot of Mac fans on the site, what do you guys think of the review? Fair?
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And I've heard that Apple may come out with their own way to go to extra monitors, 'daisychaining' I think it's called. Hopefully one of the more dedicated Mac users here will give you more up to date info.
If you read around on the web you will see that all those external devices,
to have 2 external monitors for your Mac, give a lot of problems for many people.
Undoubtly there are a lot of happy people but reading the comments i won't go that way.
I rather have native capability. Strange in a way that a PRO version can't do this
as the graphic chipsets that are in the Mac books are able to do this.
Don't know if this is the best place for this question or not, but I figured a group of Mac people would know. I have been trading on a MBP 17" and primarily using Tradestation. I am switching to Ninja, but having some difficulty finding out how to configure the DOM to let me place a Stop buy or sell? Seems that you need a three button mouse or something. Any direction would be most appreciated. Thanks, Brad