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+vote for sticky thumb.gif

It is already stickied bud!
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I don't know the exact definition of a sticky thread, but shouldn't it be on top? wink.gif

Awwww damn... browsing the forums again answers my own question:

the threads themselves aren't always on top, but there are tiny tiny links on top of the threads list (which I didn't notice biggrin.gif ) leading to the sticky threads.
Never saw this kind of "sticky" system in other forums.
post #13 of 97
got one for USB cables yet? wink.gif
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got one for USB cables yet? wink.gif

I dont but I sure will. I am unpacking boxes as we speak. =)
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win! ya know... WHILE you're in a movie making mood... tongue.gif jk. take your time
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post #16 of 97
Lutro0,

Long time my friend. I'm finally get some more hours to work on my build. Havin a few problems with sleeving my sata power cables. Any tips or tricks to get the sleeve level and the shrink level? Should I not use any shrink and just glue the cables level with the connectors?
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ooooh ! look what is happen after seeing your videos !

400

700

400

That's second time when I made cable sleeving !!! (see atx !)
thumb.gif thks bud ! for your work, to help us not to spend a lot of work and nerves (and needle)!!!!
I say MOLEEEEEEEEEEEXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX !!!!!!! biggrin.gif:)smile.gifsmile.gifsmile.gif
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Lutro0,
Long time my friend. I'm finally get some more hours to work on my build. Havin a few problems with sleeving my sata power cables. Any tips or tricks to get the sleeve level and the shrink level? Should I not use any shrink and just glue the cables level with the connectors?

I personally use superglue so I can pull the sleeve right up to the connector, this way it doesn't show the depression and holds tight. Sadly though to get it even and such just takes time and patience. BTW, good to see you again buddy!

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win! ya know... WHILE you're in a movie making mood... tongue.gif jk. take your time

Very soon! I am working on a project right now, but after that its video time.
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That's second time when I made cable sleeving !!! (see atx !)
thumb.gif thks bud ! for your work, to help us not to spend a lot of work and nerves (and needle)!!!!
I say MOLEEEEEEEEEEEXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX !!!!!!! biggrin.gif:)smile.gifsmile.gifsmile.gif

Good job emht Keep it up. thumb.gif
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Lutro0
will you be doing sata power? seems like it would be difficult to do because the wires go through 1 , 2 or 3 satas....
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Lutro0
will you be doing sata power? seems like it would be difficult to do because the wires go through 1 , 2 or 3 satas....

I sure will! Just need to finish a few jobs up. thumb.gif
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