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as of right now, i have one 17" studio display hooked up to my g4.
would it be possible to hook another 17" up? i really have been trying to think of ways to do this but i have not been able it possible?

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I think so, but you won't be able to have the laptop open. It's in the manual, I just can't remember exactly what it says.
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i have the adaptor so i can use my studio display right now, how exaclty would i go about adding another screen, because there is no more space for another adapter
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