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« on: January 17, 2008, 10:50:33 PM »

Not every one is smart/perfect, lets gather up facts of what you shoud and what you shouldn't.
(To keep it organised plz dont spam it with meaning less replies okay? Adding your own experience is allowed.)
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point ATM: building V2
V1: 1 LED on 1 AAA battery feed
V2: 1 LED on USB feed
V2 will be remodded too V3
V3: 1 LED on USB feed /w LMB and RMB
V4: 1 LED WIRELESS /w LMB and RMB
V5: we'll see :3
Vmany: Bluetooth IR pen with mouse functions.
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« Reply #1 on: January 17, 2008, 10:53:54 PM »

Dont: Short circuit your mouse while it's plugged in.->Computer hard reboots.
Do: Always calculate what resistor(s) you need before putting it on power.->saves electric components.
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point ATM: building V2
V1: 1 LED on 1 AAA battery feed
V2: 1 LED on USB feed
V2 will be remodded too V3
V3: 1 LED on USB feed /w LMB and RMB
V4: 1 LED WIRELESS /w LMB and RMB
V5: we'll see :3
Vmany: Bluetooth IR pen with mouse functions.
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