Thanks for pointing that out, I would have likely never noticed. That is in one of the small cut outs and the lcd screen is rotated 90 degrees.
There was no way to get four 17" lcd screen into the back of the consoles. When rotated 90 a 17" screen was too tall to fit. So for each of the smaller cut outs we had to get 15" screens and rotate them 90.
I found a free utility called iRotate
that let me easily rotate the images. I wrote scripts that opens the graphics in borderless windows so I can center them in the station cutouts. These windows remember where I put them and always open back in the same place. I then wrote another script that starts with windows and hides the icons, taskbar and mouse pointer then loads the graphics.
I am now working on another script that networks all 15 computers together so we don't have to walk around and shut each one down.
Great job catching that rotation issue. Please keep it up.