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I had read that the power pins of the USB connection may be slightly longer, so that power is up before the data pins are connected. Whether that's true or not, I don't know, and I think it referred to the USB-A (i.e. PC/host) end.
thanks very much Bob, Yes, look at the images linked in the post just above. There will be blank (unshifted), blue- and yellow- shift bands on the sides of these lines to make it unambiguous on the real machines. Ah yes, I remember seeing those and not realising what they were :) The left side of th...
... and see here what's going on: https://a.fsdn.com/con/app/proj/wp43s/screenshots/Glimpse_of_lab16.jpg/max/max/1 Merry forthcoming Christmas! Looks great :) I had a few questions, apologies if this has all been discussed already? - I assume the three rows of boxes at the bottom of the screen are ...
At this stage of my life, smaller isn't necessarily better if I can't read the labels. We all have different needs -- finding the "sweet spot" of form and function for a diverse audience isn't easy, but it's impossible if that audience doesn't share its impressions. As we do. 8-) And BTW, opticians...
- Tue Oct 09, 2018 12:44 pm
- Forum: Usage tips, tricks and problem reports
- Topic: Help?
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If you don't want to upgrade for some reason, I note that the older version clears the flag when you change unit types, so just do that before exiting. Or clear the flag manually of course