Data Entry 1240
one-ton penny drops on emoticon's head I didn't know that. How in the hell have I managed to miss this bit of knowledge?
emoticon does something dangerous and thinks based on a teensy bit of knowledge So I could "remove" light emissions from those damned clocks by placing a filter over it...but will that still allow the infrared remote signal through?
No, wait. There's a bug in the way I use the light. I have to open my eyes and watch the flicker of the light when I try to set the timer switch (to turn off the radio after I go to sleep); this is an annoying side effect of that flat panel push button interfacing. The pushes don't always work.
Was there ever such a thing as a remote that used toggle switches? I never managed to break those. And I'm not heavy handed; I'm always very careful about these things--like girls usually are. We've already had this one...rather girls my mother taught usually are.
Tellmemaboubreast. All I want to do is see the plug that will plug into the computer. Once upon a time, the packaging used have pretty pictures painted on the boxes that represented reality.
grateful emoticon here Now I know the magic incantation for the breaking devices. Dome switches? I would have never guessed that one.
Let me guess. Pushing on one flipped a toggle like a piano key.
Apples aren't all that expensive either but you can't use them to push something on after they've rotted and become mush. At least with apples I can buy a new one to replace the old "button". With dome switches you have buy a whole new thingie because it seems like once one pressure point goes, all pressure points break.
A saved penny of cost doesn't save a damned thing w.r.t. your future sales. What it does is cost you $10,000 of future business. People talk.
There is but all are managable.
Data Entry 1241
Sure, a polarizing filter with the correct orientation (twist it until it's correct;) should filter out the light. It may attenuate the IR signal...
It's not. I have my grandmother's Farberware, too. The Farberware that used to be good stuff, not the poo that's made now after they got bought out.
Cast iron is wonderful. The roaster I use is cast aluminum.
Subtract a hundred and four for e-mail.