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RHA review will be out tonight

 

Maybe Oblanc review as well.

 

Had them for about 2-3 weeks now.

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Originally Posted by mechgamer123 View Post

Haha, my uncle eventually showed up with a professional lock picking kit he "borrowed" from the hospital he works at... Just another perk of knowing someone who works at a hospital biggrin.gif

Haha, awesome.

 

Newer cars have come up with a smart solution to that now. They won't lock the trunk or themselves if they sense the keys in the car. And when you try to manually lock them, they produce this long beep.

 

Or so the car I drive now does that... How did I find out? o.O Well lets say I did the same mistake twice again but luckily found out the option was there with the car. :D Haha... hahaha....

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-_- fine I get it panda, you're ignoring me. I'm sorry if I somehow bothered you yesterday.

 

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Originally Posted by MrViolin View Post

hey panda, do you cook general tso's chicken?

i like it, don't cook it.

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Originally Posted by MrViolin View Post

-_- fine I get it panda, you're ignoring me. I'm sorry if I somehow bothered you yesterday.

 

What!??

 

Ignoring!??

 

No.

 

I was out on volutneer today

 

Played Video games

 

Edited videos

 

Editing more videos

 

listening to music for review.

 

I only skimmed posts today.

 

 

-____-

 

Seriously

 

please bring it to my attention if anyone feels that way. 

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Originally Posted by Gumy View Post

Knowing someone from the hospital doesn't normally comes with the perk of pick locking lol..
Lol, he works as in maintenence, so I guess that's a special case... He always had a funny story to tell if some psycho at least...
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Originally Posted by Tundramystic View Post

Haha, awesome.

Newer cars have come up with a smart solution to that now. They won't lock the trunk or themselves if they sense the keys in the car. And when you try to manually lock them, they produce this long beep.

Or so the car I drive now does that... How did I find out? o.O Well lets say I did the same mistake twice again but luckily found out the option was there with the car. biggrin.gif Haha... hahaha....
Yup, my mom's car does that... I wonder what people do when the battery dies in the key fob and you try to lock your car though...
And they didn't have that feature in 1991 when my car was made biggrin.gif
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So I've got an image I think I want to use for P-H engraving. Only thing is I don't know how to make it 600dpi. Halp?

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So I've got an image I think I want to use for P-H engraving. Only thing is I don't know how to make it 600dpi. Halp?

If Joe teaches us how to do it, it would be less work tongue_smile.gif

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If Joe teaches us how to do it, it would be less work tongue_smile.gif

 

I'm not 100% sure what that's supposed to mean...

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I'm not 100% sure what that's supposed to mean...

Well if we get shown the process, we may not need to keep asking for help right?

 

 

Code Geass Akito PV 2 released gs1000.gif

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So I've got an image I think I want to use for P-H engraving. Only thing is I don't know how to make it 600dpi. Halp?
You'll probably have to send the file to Joe and have him vectorize the image and then set the dpi. I could do it for you, but my desky doesn't have enough RAM
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Well if we get shown the process, we may not need to keep asking for help right?

 

Yeah. That's what I meant when I asked for help though. Either somebody could do it for me, or somebody could show/tell me how. That's why I was confused for a second.

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Originally Posted by deadlylover View Post

 

It sure does, because I remember I was a dumb-dumb back in primary school, and then I really started to get into computers when I was about 9, and my grades shot up ever since.

This...well, I've always sort of done well, although doing music and figuring stuff out on my own has really begun to show over time. Eventually it makes you a bit precocious. I think I'm a somewhat decent example of that considering what happened earlier in the thread where basically everybody thought I was 20+ years old when I was 12-13 at the time.

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  • Glassy panel
  • ****ty stand
  • Horrible warranty
  • No OSD
  • No Displayport
  • Lower grade backlighting
  • No hardware colour calibration

The thing though is that either people debezel it (basically strip it down to the bare panel and DVI connector and PCB), use the money they save to buy a decent stand, or they just love it due to the fact that it's inexpensive or doesn't have a horribly done AG coating on the surface. Dell had a problem with that with the 2011 Ultrasharp monitors IIRC.

 

I do prefer you more well known monitors over Korean ones though. You can find them for a good price on the Dell Outlet for Ultrasharps.

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Originally Posted by mechgamer123 View Post

Haha, my uncle eventually showed up with a professional lock picking kit he "borrowed" from the hospital he works at... Just another perk of knowing someone who works at a hospital biggrin.gif

I want to learn how to pick locks. Adafruit does have a wallet kit. The kit itself is basically this metal punch-out card with tools and the card itself is the size of a credit card.

 

Good video on a channel I just discovered today.

 

http://youtu.be/04n6qrBwFBE

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Originally Posted by mechgamer123 View Post


Lol, he works as in maintenence, so I guess that's a special case... He always had a funny story to tell if some psycho at least...
Yup, my mom's car does that... I wonder what people do when the battery dies in the key fob and you try to lock your car though...
And they didn't have that feature in 1991 when my car was made biggrin.gif

I don't drive a car. Insurance premiums are huge, cost of fuel(unleaded petrol) is ~£6($9.43) and cars are expensive as well. Cost of a bicycle = £400. Rest of the money saved can go on food, audio gear and other cool schiit(literally, I got an email from my dealer that the magni./modi stack has arrived in the UK).

 

EDIT: "email from my dealer"...sound like I buy drugs doesn't it?

 

 


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Originally Posted by HybridCore View Post

The thing though is that either people debezel it (basically strip it down to the bare panel and DVI connector and PCB), use the money they save to buy a decent stand, or they just love it due to the fact that it's inexpensive or doesn't have a horribly done AG coating on the surface. Dell had a problem with that with the 2011 Ultrasharp monitors IIRC.

 

I do prefer you more well known monitors over Korean ones though. You can find them for a good price on the Dell Outlet for Ultrasharps.

 

I know, but I live too far from Korea to deal with any problems if they ever arise. Dell will send out a spare while yours is being serviced. I didn't mind the U2711 AG coating, the U2713H is practically unoticable. I can get either the U2711 or U2713H for under £350 from Dell small business.


Edited by Tangster - 2/1/13 at 5:22pm
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Thread Starter 

The coating on the Ultrasharp monitors are a lot better now. You'll probably notice the difference if the two are placed right next to each other (juxtaposition) but in general use, you won't be able to tell.

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I think that usability/readability is just as important

I completely agree with that, but what you said didn't provide any information at all on how it was hard to read (text size/font/color/alignment) nor any suggestions on how to improve it. -__-

 

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Wow..... chase's work, is always spectacular. ^^

I always aim to please. :)

I am getting a render for the background scribbles, and when it's done I'll fix it up a bit more and post the result.

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