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Oh, yes, for the _rich_ dev who has two monitors, that is all well and good.
But, for the rest of us...There is (Picture-in-Picture)PIP.
Seriously, at home I only have one monitor and this PIP really helps.
I'm not rich, and I have three now: I added one for email / DB monitoring when Herself stopped using her computer ...
I really miss 'em when - like now - I'm on the surface. Doing things so much slower with just one!
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Yes, I thought it was so great that I immediately went to settings, and turned it off.
A couple of other browsers let you pop videos out to separate windows, so that you can move them out of the way of the text you're trying to read. That's a slightly better solution, but I hardly ever used that, either.
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You can "script" the Windows Voice Synthesizer. English has at least 5 "voices", so now you can have a 5-way. Tried multiple Synths, but only one was effective, so you can't "talk over" someone. Still, with changing pitch, etc., you can have interesting meetings (behind closed doors) and not even be there.
Or add it as a script / hook to your co-workers PC so it talks back as they type.
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