"The Atomic Wedgie entails hoisting the waistband of the receiver's underwear up and over their head."
BTW a horizontal resolution of at least 2048 would be important because most websites do not shrink below 1024 pixels horizontally. (Definitely not down to 1920/2=960, let alone 1600/2=800!) That's when the ridiculous horizontal scrollbar appears.
Thus a 1920-pixel wide screen (not to mention an 1600px wide one) is unfit to display two browser windows side by side. Then one can choose from:
- wasting the full width on one browser window only (lame),
- scrolling in both browser windows left and right (utterly lame)
- keeping one browser window at 1024px, and keeping another app's window (terminal, code editor etc) at 896. Might not be that bad, but what window manager supports that with quick (tiling) keyboard shortcuts? Resizing windows "free-hand" is lame.
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