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Hi again,

This is gonna sound a bit silly, but its very sunny at the mo and I would love to work wirelessly in my garden - thing is I can't see my screen at all because of the sun!

Was just wondering if anyone had any ideas or suggestions of screen guards (for want of a better word!) that I can use so that I can see it.

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Thanks trpnmonkey41,

Cool - that sure is ugly!!! What did you type in to come up with that?
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