Useful Content for the "Ultimative OFFIMG"

Library of images to use as OFFIMG screens on the DM41X and DM42
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Do you have a creative streak? Post your OFFIMG photos here.

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Logan
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toml_12953 wrote:
Fri Nov 22, 2019 1:59 pm
How about adding elements that haven't been discovered yet? That would save you from having to add them in later.
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deetee
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toml_12953 wrote:
Fri Nov 22, 2019 1:59 pm
How about adding elements that haven't been discovered yet?
Thanks - your suggestion really challenges my mind.

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revwillie
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thanks, Walter and deetee and all. that periodic table is perfect!
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deetee
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toml and Logan are right - the Lanthanoids and Actinoids are essential for a complete periodic table.

So I started to redesign the periodic table from scratch. I found some place for these elements - even if the atomic number isn't named for every element. In addition I raised and harmonized the fonts (5x7 for numbers and 10x7bold for symbols) which gives a really good readability (even if it's damned small). After some hours of pixelwork I got this:
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Please tell me if you have any suggestions or find some errors (I had some typos in the old version). So far all periodic tables I found are different from each other. Maybe because of rounding errors or outdated/updated numbers. Even there are different titles of the colums (arabic, arabic with A/B or roman numbers) - does anyone know which kind of titles are most convenient for physicists?

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I’m amazed by the work done on these tiny periodic tables. Can any one recommend a good source for Fresnel lenses for my DM42?

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DM42: 00425 - DM41X: β00066
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dlachieze wrote:
Tue Nov 26, 2019 10:03 am
I’m amazed by the work done on these tiny periodic tables. Can any one recommend a good source for Fresnel lenses for my DM42?

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I love that movie!
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Walter
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dlachieze wrote:
Tue Nov 26, 2019 10:03 am
I’m amazed by the work done on these tiny periodic tables. Can any one recommend a good source for Fresnel lenses for my DM42?
As posted earlier in this thread, the calculator backside is empty still beyond the two emergency buttons. You can attach a standard shape full colour periodic table to it most easily. 8-)
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Mark Hardman
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deetee wrote:
Tue Nov 26, 2019 6:41 am
toml and Logan are right - the Lanthanoids and Actinoids are essential for a complete periodic table.

Please tell me if you have any suggestions or find some errors (I had some typos in the old version).

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deetee
Astonishing work. This version will definitely go on my every-day use DM42. One small correction; the relative atomic mass of Beryllium is 9.012 and not 2.012.

ETA: The atomic weight of Titanium is 47.867 and not 47.380.
DM42: β00043, β00065, 00357 / DM41X: β00054, 00445
DM10L: 017/100, DM11L: 00121, DM12L: 02005, DM15L: 00523, DM16L: 00008, DM41L: 00111
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deetee
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Wow - good eyes. Mark - thank you very much for the improvements.
Including some other minor changes - this is the current periodic table:
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And - as I'm now using gimp and mtpaint (and not my buggy MS-paint) I made my ultimate offimage new (including a non-metric ruler):
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Additional I can provide some kind of calendar for 2020:
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