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Originally Posted by T3h_Ch33z_Muncha View Post
lol it's not like that unless you want extremely complicated calculations - like its name says, it sits in the bottom right of the toolbar - just click the button and type 2+2 and it says 4

couldn't really get much simpler..
Oh, I didn't take the time to look it over. However, it wasn't that I needed a better calculator. You see, when I did all that measuring, I did this:
  1. Pressed Ctrl+K to change the focus to Firefox's built-in search.
  2. Quickly visually checked to make sure Google was selected.
  3. Typed "convert 159mm to inches" for the s1283.
  4. Pressed Alt+Enter to perform the search in a new tab.
  5. Pressed Ctrl+K in the new tab.
  6. Typed "convert 153mm to inches" for the Tuniq Tower.
  7. Pressed Alt+Enter to perform the search in a new tab (to take advantage of the Ctrl-Tab extension)
  8. Pressed the WinKey.
  9. Pressed "C" for Calculator since it's always in the list of frequently used programs.
  10. Subtracted the height of the Tuniq Tower from the height of the s1283.
  11. Grabbed my ruler.
  12. Measured.
  13. Mistakenly looked at the half-inch marker as though it was the quarter-inch marker.
  14. Posted my message with my incorrect results.
  15. I then later realized my mistake.
So, it's that I was out of practice with rulers.
Edited by TwoCables - 6/14/09 at 2:49am
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post #5352 of 19729
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
Oh, I didn't take the time to look it over. However, it wasn't that I needed a better calculator. You see, when I did all that measuring, I did this:
  1. Pressed Ctrl+K change the focus to Firefox's built-in search.
  2. Quickly visually checked to make sure Google was selected.
  3. Typed "convert 159mm to inches" for the s1283.
  4. Pressed Alt+Enter to perform the search in a new tab.
  5. Pressed Ctrl+K in the new tab.
  6. Typed "convert 153mm to inches" for the Tuniq Tower.
  7. Pressed Alt+Enter to perform the search in a new tab (to take advantage of the Ctrl-Tab extension)
  8. Pressed the WinKey.
  9. Pressed "C" for Calculator since it's always in the list of frequently used programs.
  10. Subtracted the height of the Tuniq Tower from the height of the s1283.
  11. Grabbed my ruler.
  12. Measured.
  13. Mistakenly looked at the half-inch marker as though it was the quarter-inch marker.
  14. Posted my message with my incorrect results.
  15. I then later realized my mistake.
So, it's that I was out of practice with rulers.
ctrl k? What does that do? Thanks for mentioning alt-enter there, i had forgotten/mightn ot have known in the first place that that opens up a new tab with a search.

AFAIK you don't need the ctrl tab extension nowadays do you? I thought that was integrated into firefox 3... in any case i just use FireGestures anyway, allows me to get rid of the bar containing the forward/back (use my mouse button 4&5 for that, not FG), home etc buttons, streamlining my FF

/offtopicness. Although this thread has been known to be on the topic of cars once upon a time...
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post #5353 of 19729
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Originally Posted by T3h_Ch33z_Muncha View Post
ctrl k? What does that do? Thanks for mentioning alt-enter there, i had forgotten/mightn ot have known in the first place that that opens up a new tab with a search.

AFAIK you don't need the ctrl tab extension nowadays do you? I thought that was integrated into firefox 3... in any case i just use FireGestures anyway, allows me to get rid of the bar containing the forward/back (use my mouse button 4&5 for that, not FG), home etc buttons, streamlining my FF

/offtopicness. Although this thread has been known to be on the topic of cars once upon a time...
Well, as I said, I pressed Ctrl+K to change the focus to Firefox's built-in search. So, pressing Ctrl+K changes the focus to the built-in search. Also, if I press Ctrl+Down/Up Arrow after changing the focus to the search box (using either my mouse or Ctrl+K), then I can change which search engine I am using. I'm even using an extension called "Add to Search Bar". So, I can add pretty much any search field I find on the internet to Firefox's built-in search. It wasn't as easy before.

Also, speaking of opening things in new tabs automatically, do you know about middle-clicking? Middle click anything. Middle-click a bookmark. Type in a search and then middle-click the Search button (mine's a magnifying glass). Middle-click the back or forward button. Middle-click FTW. Middle-clicking a tab closes it.

What Ctrl-Tab does, is it makes the Ctrl+Tab function behave exactly like Alt+Tab (the Windows CoolSwitch). Without the Ctrl-Tab extension, Ctrl+Tab just switches between tabs sequentially.

I am using Firefox 3.0.4.

Oh, and speaking of cool things to do with the top, check this out:

Awesome Firefox (5.04 MB, 1680x1050 24-bit bitmap)

If you're wondering what that is between the Awesome Bar and the built-in Search, then this is what it is: QuickRestart

You seem to be missing out on a lot of cool Firefox extensions and tricks. For example, check out Back to Top.
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
Well, as I said, I pressed Ctrl+K to change the focus to Firefox's built-in search. So, pressing Ctrl+K changes the focus to the built-in search. Also, if I press Ctrl+Down/Up Arrow after changing the focus to the search box (using either my mouse or Ctrl+K), then I can change which search engine I am using. I'm even using an extension called "Add to Search Bar". So, I can add pretty much any search field I find on the internet to Firefox's built-in search. It wasn't as easy before.

Also, speaking of opening things in new tabs automatically, do you know about middle-clicking? Middle click anything. Middle-click a bookmark. Type in a search and then middle-click the Search button (mine's a magnifying glass). Middle-click the back or forward button. Middle-click FTW. Middle-clicking a tab closes it.

What Ctrl-Tab does, is it makes the Ctrl+Tab function behave exactly like Alt+Tab (the Windows CoolSwitch). Without the Ctrl-Tab extension, Ctrl+Tab just switches between tabs sequentially.

I am using Firefox 3.0.4.

Oh, and speaking of cool things to do with the top, check this out:

Awesome Firefox (5.04 MB, 1680x1050 24-bit bitmap)

If you're wondering what that is between the Awesome Bar and the built-in Search, then this is what it is: QuickRestart

You seem to be missing out on a lot of cool Firefox extensions and tricks. For example, check out Back to Top.
oh yeah sorry for not editing... i figured out what ctrl k does lol

haha yes i know about middle clicking links... how else could i see the 20+ subbed threads in my CP every afternoon

could never live without my button 4 &5 on my mouse though... it's a real chore at school moving the mouse to the back button and clicking

had a look at the addon page today for the first time in ~month - it's changed! Looks and functionality wise... just had a quick look at some themes though. Stickin with aerofox though
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Originally Posted by Matteh View Post
Nice rig man, looks great

Is your back panel hard to close with the 24 pin cable around the back?

Mine is :/
Thanks!
Yeah, but its not too bad. I just had to make sure all the cables looping around the back were evenly spaced and not overlapping each other. I have to lay the case on its side so I can use both hands to slide it on.
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oh yeah sorry for not editing... i figured out what ctrl k does lol

haha yes i know about middle clicking links... how else could i see the 20+ subbed threads in my CP every afternoon

could never live without my button 4 &5 on my mouse though... it's a real chore at school moving the mouse to the back button and clicking

had a look at the addon page today for the first time in ~month - it's changed! Looks and functionality wise... just had a quick look at some themes though. Stickin with aerofox though
Yeah, I like the new look of their addons site. It's about time they changed it.

Oh, if you end up thinking that you'd like to try my theme, then it's called Noia 2.0 (eXtreme). I really, really love how this theme looks and performs.
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Thanks!
Yeah, but its not too bad. I just had to make sure all the cables looping around the back were evenly spaced and not overlapping each other. I have to lay the case on its side so I can use both hands to slide it on.
This is exactly what I forgot to say that I did. I mean, I forgot to say that I had to space my cables out a bit so that I didn't have too many on top of each other.
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did you post a pic mine was the same way

said to say but this use to be mine lol
Wow. Yes I think I did take shots but I'll have to find them. I may have one hosted already, I'll check. I may be able to compete with that.

EDIT: ok here's a couple of before and after shots. The before is actually after I had started attempting to manage, which back then I thought meant to use those plastic cable guides.






I need to take some new shots with my new Noctua NH-U12F.

TwoCables yours is even cleaner looking than mine.
Edited by Sparky6string - 6/14/09 at 5:26am
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In that case you could just plug the eSATA cable back in
That's exactly what I did. I didn't have mine hooked up for a couple of years and only recently connected it to my board when my gf and I started talking about buying an external. Still haven't bought it yet though.
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lol it's not like that unless you want extremely complicated calculations - like its name says, it sits in the bottom right of the toolbar - just click the button and type 2+2 and it says 4

couldn't really get much simpler..
2+2 does not always equal 5 tho
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Mr Two Cables, can you tell me your fan set up? And whats fans you are currently using, I am getting this case soon and I want to make sure the case gets the best air flow, and since you know so much about the case, I'd like to know where your fans are set at so I could "COPY" you
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