Wow. This is my first post in ~10 years (and I'm amazed the forum is still going and my account still exists)!
The life/work balance took a wrong turn around then (lots of work@desk, bad back, rinse, repeat), so I've finally decided to ditch the work part. Yesterday was the end of my last full-time week at Logitech (I'm hanging around part time for 6 weeks to help them over the withdrawal).
I've been saying all along that when I retire I might finally build that perfect (for me) 5-10W studio amp, but my brain has already diverted to a super-flexible hybrid analog/digital tremolo effect project that I first conceived in 2003.
What's hot around here?
What's not so good, there was a server crash about 3 or 4 years ago that wiped out an excellent library of schematics. It's been rebuilt to some extent thanks in large part to our schematic hunter vintagekiki, plus lots of others. But a lot went to digital perdition & it's always a shame to find something's no longer there.
Logitech eh? Hardly anyone with a computer doesn't have some of their auxiliary gadgets. I love my rollerball mouse & was miffed to not find any when I went to find another. Obsolete ?!? Cant be ! ! ! Well that's modern hi tech for you. Enjoy your retirement. I'm sure the gang here will be happy to see what you cook up.
Welcome back, Mark -- happy to see you!
Glad to hear you've made time for the silly stuff here!
Did you work on this at LT?
Logitech Introduces High-Resistance Keyboard For Fitness-Minded Typists
Always nice when an Ampager comes back! Welcome back!
"When receiving a shock I emit a strange loud high pitched girlish squeak." - Alex R -
" I often feel the need to qualify my lack of tech AND experience equally and avoid any notional considerations so I don't come off like some ignorant half baked amp guru type asshole." - Chuck H -
"All I ever managed to do with that amp was... kill small rodents within a 50 yard radius of my practice building." - Tone Meister -
We try to reload them as they are asked for.
The files come up blank when you click on them.
When reposting a file, it is best to 'zip' them as the original names are still being referenced.
Last edited by Tom Phillips; 04-10-2017 at 04:14 AM.
Most pdfs I have can be altered by adding some text or notes. SO I took to adding my initials on a page somewhere.
I much prefer linking to an existing drawing, which was easy when nickb's collection was up.
Education is what you're left with after you have forgotten what you have learned.
Zip is the quickest workaround, but I also prefer plain pdf.
I usually check that my attachment works, and if not, re-save the pdf on my computer and repost it. Re-saving always changes the size with pdfs. For jpeg or image files I just add a dot or something like Enzo mentioned, which also changes the filesize.
To re-save a pdf with adobe reader (windows):
click on 'file'
choose 'save as' >>> 'pdf'
dialog box opens with location, choose 'yes'
warning box opens saying 'file exists, do you wish to overwrite?', choose yes
The file will now be re-saved with a different byte size that will work on the forum.
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