2 months delay in discussion notifications

My "Discussions" tab showed no changes for about two months, and then yesterday it dumped about two months of replies that people had made on my various comments I made on the forums here. I think that qualifies as a bug. I mean, ideally my "Discussions" tab would notifiy me of replies in a matter of hours, so I could reply to those replies in a timely fashion, if it was the sort of thing where someone was expecting a reply from me.I am guessing this problem was maybe related to the recent big "improvements" to the site, to make it more readable for mobile lusers, and other changes to make the site more comment-able, question-able, tip-able, by everyone.Just wondering: Has anyone else experienced this same problem, i.e. a several weeks, or months, delay in notifications of replies to your comments?

Posted by Jack A Lopez a few seconds ago

Optical fibre cable DAC chip??

Hey everyone,I'm trying to take an audio signal from an optical fibre cable pass it through a DAC0800LCN IC, 8BIT DAC chip and input into the Arduino. I'm trying to use a 3 pin fiber optica toslink transmitter to connect the fibre optical cable to the DAC chip. Does anyone know how to set this up or even if this would work? If anyone could answer this is would be much appreciated.

Asked by MCsugar43 24 minutes ago

Mp3 player power - on/off switch broke

So,I have this mp3 player that is very good for my needs, but its power switch broke off.When I opened the device, I realized that the switch was literally detached from it.This is a photo of the mp3.As the battery was almost detached aswell, I'll weld the it again, that is not a problem...But I'm not sure how I can fix the switch, it can be something improvised, I just need it to work...Any ideas?Thank you so much in advance!!P.S.: Sorry for any english mistakes, it is not my native language.P.S.2.: This is a very old device but a good one, as least for me.

Asked by StephanieC243 13 hours ago

12v 18650 battery with bms but no balance. Can we use 3.7v output from it for powering bluetooth module directly?

I am trying to make Boombox Speaker. The amplifier is 12v and the bluetooth module is 3-5v input. I have a single 12v BMS module, ofcourse with 4.2v, 8.4v, 12.6v dividers. Now suppose I power the amplifier with total output, it works fine. But can I take the output of one single divider i.e. 0-4.2v for the bluetooth module sepeartely and keep using the 12v for the amplifier?

Asked by SalilG2 14 hours ago