Yes is possible to Mc to open more workspace .. I work in Ninja and Mc and no problems ..
for computers look at www.tradingcomputeurs.com or other ..
Multi sceens , is not a problem .. add some video card ..
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Your OS handles it. If using Windows, you can also add DisplayFusion software for some better taskbar management, but it is optional.
As for MultiCharts, there is no workspace -> monitor mapping per se. Just put the windows where you want them on whatever monitors, and save your workspace. Nothing more to it.
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Serger, I find myself looking at your indicators more than your monitor set-up. Really fascinating. Stuff I had not seen before... Thank you.
I was thinking of an HP workstation, Z series, which I heard good things about here. I see some of these come with an Nvidia Qadro NVS 295 video card which handles 2 monitors at 2560x1600, up to 30". I'd get one more in case I'd want more than 2. It seems that I might want to use 3...
Mike, thank you too. I don't recall the steps or maneuvers involved in determining or dictating what graphics go where, but from what you describe, it sounds very straight-forward.