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Originally Posted by jokrik View Post

I know him well,
he does not sell keycaps, its his private collection
yes he does sell keyboards, for local selling in Indonesia he use that name (HendyZone) but for international sale he created different store branding which totally different
and im pretty sure he understood forums conducts

I just find it funny, I myself love photography
and having such watermark in our photos is not wrong as protection IMO as I always do the same thing

but again I might be wrong

okay okay, and nothing is wrong with a watermark. Your material is yours, i was just making a comment on how he said it, just seemed like a plug as others noticed, and only having 3 posts seems like he just joined to make a sale.

wasnt looking to start a flame war..
post #14702 of 36848
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Originally Posted by protzman View Post

okay okay, and nothing is wrong with a watermark. Your material is yours, i was just making a comment on how he said it, just seemed like a plug as others noticed, and only having 3 posts seems like he just joined to make a sale.

wasnt looking to start a flame war..
Understood sir smile.gif
not starting one as well

actually I asked him to play around here, he has good knowledge in keyboard
I've only a few mecha friend in my country, very small community
but I told him how exciting it is to play around here

anyway
KMAC2 on the way! will post pic soon!
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Originally Posted by jokrik View Post

I know him well,
he does not sell keycaps, its his private collection
yes he does sell keyboards, for local selling in Indonesia he use that name (HendyZone) but for international sale he created different store branding which totally different
and im pretty sure he understood forums conducts

I just find it funny, I myself love photography
and having such watermark in our photos is not wrong as protection IMO as I always do the same thing

but again I might be wrong

Thx jokrik smile.gif
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Originally Posted by protzman View Post

okay okay, and nothing is wrong with a watermark. Your material is yours, i was just making a comment on how he said it, just seemed like a plug as others noticed, and only having 3 posts seems like he just joined to make a sale.

wasnt looking to start a flame war..

okay sorry sir if i'm making wrong
just newbie here ^^

so if i have the photo of myself what watermark i must use ?
any suggestion ?

Thanks!
Edited by HendyZone - 9/3/13 at 12:59am
post #14704 of 36848
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Originally Posted by HendyZone View Post


so if i have the photo of myself what watermark i must use ?
any suggestion ?

Thanks!

You can use your own watermark, just don't go around explicitly trying to drive traffic to your site, one guy has already been spoken to about that in the past few days. tongue.gif
post #14705 of 36848
Any tips on how to clean the Blackwidow?

I guess it is not advisable to remove the keys?
post #14706 of 36848
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Originally Posted by SneezyPepper View Post

Any tips on how to clean the Blackwidow?

I guess it is not advisable to remove the keys?

It's a mechanical keyboard. The key CAPS are meant to be removable, thus aiding cleaning.
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post #14707 of 36848
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Originally Posted by neo0031 View Post

It's a mechanical keyboard. The key CAPS are meant to be removable, thus aiding cleaning.

I've read somewhere or saw on youtube someone says, the blackwidow keys are not meant to be removed, though they can be.
post #14708 of 36848
It is perfectly safe to do so. And if you don't have a keycap remover, I'd suggest using a similar tool (or your fingers if you can) to pull them off one by one so that you can be careful to not twist/tilt the switch stem. Pulling straight up is absolutely fine.
I occasionally clean my keyboard and I use two pairs of pincers with bent ends so I grip every key just below each of the four angles. And to waste as little time as possible, I do this for every other key (e.g. A, D, G, J, L, ', etc..) and then just pull the rest with my fingers.

P.S. I think I typed this post like a retard but I have no time to re-read it so please bear with me. redface.gif
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Originally Posted by fragamemnon View Post

It is perfectly safe to do so. And if you don't have a keycap remover, I'd suggest using a similar tool (or your fingers if you can) to pull them off one by one so that you can be careful to not twist/tilt the switch stem. Pulling straight up is absolutely fine.
I occasionally clean my keyboard and I use two pairs of pincers with bent ends so I grip every key just below each of the four angles. And to waste as little time as possible, I do this for every other key (e.g. A, D, G, J, L, ', etc..) and then just pull the rest with my fingers.

P.S. I think I typed this post like a retard but I have no time to re-read it so please bear with me. redface.gif

Thanks, I will see if I can get a keycap remover and will try removing it...

Theres one small bit of Potato chips inside that I could not remove, it's stuck...lol!
post #14710 of 36848
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Originally Posted by Paradigm84 View Post

You can use your own watermark, just don't go around explicitly trying to drive traffic to your site, one guy has already been spoken to about that in the past few days. tongue.gif

okaay thanks Paradigm84 thumb.gif
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