Terry Disz disz at mcs.anl.gov
Wed Aug 25 16:22:41 CDT 1999


In our library it is placed horizontally, with an approx 5' piece on top 
and a smaller one on the bottom. We don't write on it very much and
the seam is nearly invisible, even up very close. I don't know how it was 
put up, I am assuming wallpaper type, our physical plant folks did it and I 
didn't see em.

In Rick's  office there is a larger wall with walltalker and it too is 
horizontal. He scribbles on his quite a bit and the seam is starting to 
show due to crud collecting in it. I think the lesson is to avoid writing 
and erasing frequently over the seam.


At 01:03 PM 8/25/99 -0600, John A. Greenfield wrote:

>This is really a question for Argonne, but maybe others will be
>interested. I am looking at putting up walltalkers for the permanent AG
>node locations. What width did you use (50 or 60), and did you use
>wallpaper or self adhesive type ? I am assuming the you put it up like
>wallpaper (i.e. you didn't try putting it up horizontally 60 " high with
>no seams -- I assume that won't work, but it would be nice.)
>John Greenfield
>green at arc.unm.edu
>University of New Mexico
>Office # 505-277-8249
>Direct # 505-277-9545
>Fax #    505-277-8235

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