I wanted to know how is a cyclone formed.
Asked by e=mc^2 6 years ago
I built an ignition coil driver with a ne555 timer I think I may have installed the electrolytic capacitor in the circuit backwards. The circuit oscillated then started to die out would this be the capacitor failing?
Asked by The MadScientist 6 years ago
I took them with my iPhone 3GS, and they are fine on my computer. They go to landscape mode when I upload to Instructables, however.
Asked by jakebaldwin 6 years ago
I keep getting the answer that the file is too big (10 meg ). I am using Firefox 4.0 I know it can be done because I have watched other videos. I must admit that my computer skills are lacking. I want to include videos in my ible RC RIDING LAWNMOWER I hope someone can help me. mickydee
Asked by mickydee 6 years ago
Does "rselectronics" means "Radio Shack Electronics", i would be happiest in the world if it does....because in my country there is some building "rselectornics", webpage: www.rselectronics.ba????
Asked by h0meIandsecurity 6 years ago
A few weeks ago I was digging a new garden and I uncovered an old beef rib bone buried next to a rusty tin can. I presume one of my dogs put them there several years ago. The bone had developed a nice patina, infused with a reddish-brown color, most likely from the rusty can. It would work perfectly as scales (handles) for an old hunting knife of mine if I could flatten it out somewhat. Remembering an old trick from my youth, I have been soaking it in white vinegar and it has softened nicely without losing the patina. From my past experience I know it will re-harden if I allow it to dry out, but it will be more porous and brittle. My thought was to dry it then coat it liberally with super glue or to soak it in a clear acrylic paint for several days to fill the pores. I am looking for any ideas or suggestions that will help me in this project, whether they be ways to make my ideas better or something entirely different. Thanks.
Asked by Burf 6 years ago
Getting this when I try to log in using facebook for the first time: org.hibernate.exception.ConstraintViolationException: Could not execute JDBC batch update at org.hibernate.exception.SQLStateConverter.convert(SQLStateConverter.java:71) at org.hibernate.exception.JDBCExceptionHelper.convert(JDBCExceptionHelper.java:43) at org.hibernate.jdbc.AbstractBatcher.executeBatch(AbstractBatcher.java:249) at org.hibernate.engine.ActionQueue.executeActions(ActionQueue.java:235) at org.hibernate.engine.ActionQueue.executeActions(ActionQueue.java:139) at org.hibernate.event.def.AbstractFlushingEventListener.performExecutions(AbstractFlushingEventListener.java:298) at org.hibernate.event.def.DefaultFlushEventListener.onFlush(DefaultFlushEventListener.java:27) at org.hibernate.impl.SessionImpl.flush(SessionImpl.java:1000) at org.hibernate.impl.SessionImpl.managedFlush(SessionImpl.java:338) at org.hibernate.transaction.JDBCTransaction.commit(JDBCTransaction.java:106) at com.instructables.transaction.TransactionHandler.invoke(TransactionHandler.java:112) at $Proxy9.save(Unknown Source) at com.instructables.filter.SecurityFilter.createUserFromFacebookDetails(SecurityFilter.java:279) at com.instructables.filter.SecurityFilter.doFilter(SecurityFilter.java:152) at com.caucho.server.dispatch.FilterFilterChain.doFilter(FilterFilterChain.java:70) at com.instructables.filter.SetupFilter.doFilter(SetupFilter.java:68) at com.caucho.server.dispatch.FilterFilterChain.doFilter(FilterFilterChain.java:70) at com.caucho.server.webapp.WebAppFilterChain.doFilter(WebAppFilterChain.java:173) at com.caucho.server.dispatch.ServletInvocation.service(ServletInvocation.java:229) at com.caucho.server.http.HttpRequest.handleRequest(HttpRequest.java:274) at com.caucho.server.port.TcpConnection.run(TcpConnection.java:514) at com.caucho.util.ThreadPool.runTasks(ThreadPool.java:527) at com.caucho.util.ThreadPool.run(ThreadPool.java:449) at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:619) Caused by: java.sql.BatchUpdateException: Duplicate entry 'ahick1' for key 2 at com.mysql.jdbc.ServerPreparedStatement.executeBatch(ServerPreparedStatement.java:665) at com.mchange.v2.c3p0.impl.NewProxyPreparedStatement.executeBatch(NewProxyPreparedStatement.java:1723) at org.hibernate.jdbc.BatchingBatcher.doExecuteBatch(BatchingBatcher.java:48) at org.hibernate.jdbc.AbstractBatcher.executeBatch(AbstractBatcher.java:242) ... 21 more
Posted by Anth420 6 years ago
I have a mp4 player i got a few days ago, but i find that the original cover plastic has a sort of paint that, when combined with the glare of ambient sunlight, makes it totally impossible to use the player outside. not only that, but the plastic on the front got a really nasty scratch on it when i was cutting open the box. There isnt a screen protector on the player. if i gave the dimensions of the plastic part thats scratched (gold-silvery part of the player) could someone cut a new piece for me, be it laser cut, cnc milled, or by hand, whatever. all i ask is that its clear plastic. for those who would like to know the plastic is 1mm thick. if it could be done for free it would be so greatly appreciated.
Posted by zack247 6 years ago
I'm looking to make something that sort of combines both of these, but i'm really hesitant about diving into something like this as I don't want to shock myself or someone else haha. https://www.instructables.com/id/The-Inexpensive-Dremel-Foot-Switch/ https://www.instructables.com/id/Build-the-BandBlinder---Stage-lights-on-the-cheap/ This seems like it'd be easy enough to build yourself, but I can't say for sure. I'd like to be able to control 4-6 colored lightbulb fixtures with 4 separate footswitches. I build guitar effects pedals, though I can't read schematics, so I have knowledge of building enclosures and swtich setups. So if it's basically just a power on/off switch to the light would that blow out the bulb quickly? would it have to be another way of switching it on/off? Would it have to be a specific type of bulb? I was thinking about having an enclosure with 4 on/off footswitches to control the lights, and then 2 momentary switches that will only turn on if the switch is pressed down. I want the power to be grounded, the enclosure would be 4-6 switches with 4-6 outlets for the lights and then one cable for the main power. Any help on this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. - Matt
Asked by mtstreit 6 years ago
Hey there! I'm trying to hook up one Set Pin of a 74LS74 Double D-Flip Flop to the alarm of my clock. I've already desoldered the annoying buzzer thats been there before and am now measuring the voltage provided to the buzzer. Unfortunately the circuit only provides around 0.1-0.7V (crescendo alert) with each beep, which doesn't seem to be enough to raise the Set Pin to HIGH (0.8V min. I think). So I guess I'm supposed to use some kind of transistor now. Just to make sure I'm asking you guys. Also, if I want to run the clock from a 5V DC wall wart instead of the original 1.5V battery, I suppose the only thing I need to add are some resistors in series. Would that be correct or would there be anything else needed to ensure the clock takes no damage? Would be really nice if someone could help me out with this! Best regards, Philipp
Posted by Christoph680 6 years ago
Most small setups are keeped in the house where you stay. so a small sprayer is all you need if you keep your plants on top of a plasic sheet with water and clay pebels. a good layer of clay ball socked in water with the plants on top is not going to cause root rot. you can use plant pots or rockwool cubes and dosen`t mater if you don`t spray them everyday.. a heaing pad under the hole thing is also a good idea . the heat will cover a larger area by gently heating the water also this way is perfect for seedling just cover with a clear plastic sheet. humidity from the heating pad under the sheet will act as a heated propergater. here is some music to listen to while you read http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMbcfYrkmxs
Asked by andybuda 6 years ago
Hey everyone I am working on a project where I would like to install one of these: http://cgi.ebay.com/10pcs-0-8inch-7-segmen...=item483fd1c0dd and have it display completely random things (dont even have to be numbers) How could I possible go about doing this? I would like to try and make it as simple as possible, Thanks!
Posted by snake126 6 years ago
Asked by RcMaKeR 6 years ago
Hey people, i want to do some expiriments for school with a other dude, we want to do some simple things with, steam, max 12v electro and some more creative things! do you guys have some ideas that we can do?! we alredy want to make a hero engine and maybe the minifrig (USB) bb
Posted by mingus15 6 years ago
Off the bat- I have a hauppage tuner that has the ir blaster but I've never used it and I don't care about running my tuner card . I'm wondering if there is software that could learn codes and use it to control my receiver when away from home. Along the same line. I'm looking for a way to phisically press buttons (RF) I'm also open to a ir programible box I could just set somwhere . ps I'm unemployed so money is an issue.
Asked by dtommyd 6 years ago
Would it be possible to make a WiFi repeater with the equipment on this Instructable: https://www.instructables.com/id/LINUX-LEECH/ withe the addition of Arduino and a small LCD? It would be really awesome and may even lead onto cheap mesh networking! :D Thanks for any help! :)
Asked by Sev the Sniper 6 years ago
Does any know how to make a 1 way mirror with out using window film?? I do not like the quality of the window film?? Thank You all so Much!!
Asked by jimmygman 6 years ago
Just for fun, show cool Lego designs you've made. Sure, you can do a search, but how about looking at amazing designs all at once. I, too, will post Lego designs, and this means everyone can show what they can really do with Legos. Anything from regular to Technic, even NXT is a great idea. Fill a Description on the idea, and have fun commenting on the amazing things that people will do. Have fun!
Posted by atomiclegocreations 6 years ago
I am running with NoScript, and have enabled all but the obvious ad services.
Asked by phillipnolan 6 years ago
I was planning to do this instructable https://www.instructables.com/id/Crystal-Ring/ and i planned to use aluminum wire that i pounded flat, since i have a hard time finding other materials suited for it but when i tried to solder it with silver solder the aluminium smelted first. next i tried to heat the whole ring and then drop a bit of smelted aluminum wire into the little gap wich worked better but not perfect. Any ideas to solve this?
Asked by Ichmawida 6 years ago
Passeed away (was just informed of this moments ago). Elizabeth Stiles-Dawe March 31 at 6:33pm Report Sorry you had not heard. Peter passed away June24th 2010
Posted by Goodhart 6 years ago
My dad's pretty attached to his 30 year old pen plotter since it will draw on 24"x36" paper(he used to be a draftsman), but he wants a new computer. I need to find out if it would be easier to build one from scratch rather than try to find drivers? I'm thinking on something related to the drawbot? He probably won't let me hack the parts from the old one to make a new one, which might make life easier. Unfortunately, I have programming skills limited to "Hello world". Design constraints: 24" wide paper width (adjustable?) 36" or more length, would be awesome if it was able to use paper rolls (Might need to batch the drawing in sections for this) USB would help Must support multiple passes for colored inks, or else upgrade to 4 pen system Thanks! -GreatPanda
Asked by greatpanda 6 years ago
I currently have a HP 6623A bench top PSU which is amazing to say the least but I never end up using all of the features and its pretty big. It regulates voltage and amperage but I really only need a really good variable voltage bench top PSU. What I need: 3x 0-12V 3A outputs What I have: tons of computer PSUs, wall warts, and everything in between. What I was suggested to use: 3x LM350T 3x 5k pot running off the 12V rail of a PSU. Does anyone have a suggestion for a better configuration? Is there a better variable regulator you suggest? -Thanks!
Asked by newrev426 6 years ago
Hello Everyone, My name is Glenn and I'm new here. Last year I built a 10 cue fireworks igniter. It was really simple and straight forward. This year I disassembled it and am trying to build a wireless RF igniter. Question 1: I want to make it a 48 channel igniter but all I can find is 15 channel boards, does anyone know how I can overcome this issue? Question 2: I'm using a 12V DC lead acid rechargeable battery and would like to add an internal battery charger with a red charging light and a green charge complete light. I'm definitely electronically challenged so I have no idea how to accomplish this, can someone help? And finally, Question 3: I would like to also add in internal continuity tester but once again, I have no idea how to do it without setting off the firework it's attached to. If someone could help me I'd certainly appreciate it, thanks for reading and I hope everyone has a blessed day. -Glenn?
Asked by Music_Man608 6 years ago
Asked by Tommy W 6 years ago
Hey, so i wired up my 555, with a trigger button, and because i only had small resistors at the time, I used one to give a really quick period. however when i put in a brand new 800 KOhm resistor (that should have raised the period to 8 seconds) instead of lengthening the period it put a time limit on the trigger. so now i have an output that stays high for a faction of a second and then the chip can't be re-triggered for 8 seconds. i know people don't have an encyclopedic knowledge of 555, but does anyone more experienced have any ideas why this might have happened. thanks in advance.
Asked by DrVonTrap 6 years ago
This forum topic is a printout of the results of a Perl script I run weekly. To be included in it, join this group. The Perl script visits the profile page of each member of the group and extracts their Total Views then saves them to a file that can be opened by me in Excel. I then post the last 3 columns so everyone can compare their weekly gain with their friends. While you can easily see this data for you on the You page, this script allows people to compare their success/gain with their friends. I hand out patches as achievements when members of the group reach 50k, 100k, 250k, 500k and 1m views. Member Last Week This Week Gain canida 4,453,267 4,489,202 35,935 scoochmaroo 4,353,273 4,424,495 71,222 fungus amungus 4,103,484 4,127,716 24,232 randofo 3,214,151 3,238,724 24,573 Honus 2,627,417 2,637,771 10,354 jessyratfink 1,900,513 1,915,869 15,356 Kiteman 1,855,631 1,863,480 7,849 Plasmana 1,728,481 1,737,194 8,713 Tool Using Animal 1,659,705 1,665,971 6,266 T3h_Muffinator 1,131,190 1,135,035 3,845 killerjackalope 1,088,497 1,096,026 7,529 zieak 1,084,948 1,088,763 3,815 gmjhowe 1,035,897 1,040,497 4,600 drinkmorecoffee 1,031,465 1,040,195 8,730 Creativeman 935,250 943,459 8,209 Weissensteinburg 921,979 927,967 5,988 lemonie 881,822 896,022 14,200 SaskView 888,663 892,273 3,610 chr 838,343 848,648 10,305 seamster 754,047 758,325 4,278 frenzy 711,346 721,359 10,013 Brennn10 713,898 717,077 3,179 ChrysN 708,862 714,873 6,011 mikey77 642,067 647,898 5,831 CameronSS 609,251 611,785 2,534 jeff-o 585,749 590,219 4,470 PKM 585,068 589,848 4,780 laxap 517,977 520,686 2,709 mikeasaurus 482,224 485,682 3,458 scraptopower 461,857 472,512 10,655 aeray 466,268 471,515 5,247 belsey 454,969 458,078 3,109 ModMischief 416,756 418,088 1,332 depotdevoid 414,118 416,803 2,685 Jayefuu 375,740 378,409 2,669 starshipminivan 292,801 296,785 3,984 Spl1nt3rC3ll 290,539 291,607 1,068 AngryRedhead 275,671 279,162 3,491 scooter76 265,689 266,424 735 nmcclana 263,844 266,244 2,400 BrittLiv 256,709 263,190 6,481 KentsOkay 255,803 256,916 1,113 Vyger 251,374 252,486 1,112 Doctor What 232,284 233,261 977 rimar2000 223,491 225,879 2,388 rickharris 215,408 216,133 725 dark sponge 189,403 190,317 914 Ninzerbean 184,395 185,681 1,286 bongodrummer 180,200 181,228 1,028 Lithium Rain 166,995 168,497 1,502 comodore 165,573 166,336 763 Kaelessin 159,837 161,249 1,412 yokozuna 156,146 156,723 577 Hiyadudez 153,150 154,511 1,361 bertus52x11 150,843 152,142 1,299 Lynne Bruning 147,592 148,431 839 Technochicken 145,835 147,441 1,606 Dr.Paj 142,813 143,677 864 uniqueutopia 125,510 127,115 1,605 The Jamalam 126,314 126,727 413 janw 105,669 125,726 20,057 RavingMadStudios 121,047 121,696 649 thermoelectric 118,319 119,754 1,435 I_am_Canadian 112,447 112,891 444 JamesRPatrick 106,749 108,347 1,598 Goodhart 102,141 102,821 680 nelson8815 99,074 102,022 2,948 DJ Radio 98,309 98,967 658 jen7714 93,240 94,615 1,375 jen7714 93,240 94,615 1,375 iminthebathroom 78,530 79,721 1,191 ynze 66,936 76,781 9,845 wizgirl 72,752 74,603 1,851 MichelMoermans 71,099 72,019 920 Killer%7ESafeCracker 65,861 66,201 340 ajleece 58,715 58,931 216 Re-design 58,487 58,896 409 Shadowman39 56,391 56,802 411 TNEN 49,925 50,224 299 Biggsy 49,092 49,817 725 kelseymh 48,791 49,031 240 mman1506 30,658 48,712 18,054 Sunkicked 47,738 47,971 233 Jimmy Proton 44,222 46,844 2,622 The Ideanator 45,919 46,397 478 beckervdejazz.com 45,651 45,990 339 Berkin 42,675 42,954 279 EmmettO 41,204 41,684 480 TitanTechRobotics 37,888 38,480 592 knuckel 38,002 38,368 366 KoffeeKommando 34,040 34,650 610 annahowardshaw 31,299 34,317 3,018 TSC 33,655 34,249 594 jwystup 31,709 32,698 989 nickodemus 31,938 32,193 255 lilyfrancis 29,938 30,407 469 MotaBoi 29,231 29,620 389 cbm104 27,621 27,763 142 kcls 27,212 27,463 251 Mr.Sanchez 26,395 26,947 552 possum888 26,403 26,680 277 peguiono 26,098 26,253 155 shadowninja31 25,854 26,051 197 m6233555m 24,884 25,010 126 lizzyastro 23,032 23,754 722 plane phanatic 23,215 23,443 228 Knex_Gun_Builder 23,355 23,440 85 steveastrouk 23,049 23,257 208 Derin 22,878 23,075 197 CrayfishYAY 22,575 22,732 157 dombeef 6,455 22,495 16,040 Tornado96 19,460 20,230 770 Tom Buckey 19,116 19,212 96 Blue Mullet 17,180 17,917 737 cdawisconsin 17,272 17,779 507 zascecs 17,678 17,749 71 TabbyDeAnne 17,199 17,642 443 qazwsx755 16,003 16,306 303 floris2burn 15,713 15,877 164 Legofanatic 15,514 15,688 174 krysteanuh 14,864 15,617 753 knexsuperbuilderfreak 14,831 14,887 56 uberdum05 14,221 14,369 148 Dr. Pepper 13,730 14,307 577 nutsandbolts_64 13,473 13,665 192 zurichko 13,433 13,614 181 beanieostrich 12,480 13,288 808 FrozenStar 12,002 12,180 178 splazem 11,530 11,712 182 masterochicken 11,468 11,547 79 NachoMahma 11,264 11,301 37 acidbass 11,085 11,256 171 Sorunome 9,002 9,174 172 mJusticz 8,199 - Kryptonite 7,517 7,564 47 cherishcherub 7,203 7,286 83 LoneWolf 6,685 6,811 126 moocowdog 6,345 6,463 118 zero.gx 5,531 5,580 49 slithien 4,896 5,359 463 Nutrition Man 4,670 4,873 203 RNB 4,464 4,509 45 jamesdude 4,475 4,508 33 patriots8888 4,337 4,482 145 MegaMetal8 3,978 4,015 37 tbcross 3,761 3,874 113 wareneutron 3,684 3,747 63 lil larry 2,996 3,573 577 mg0930mg 3,074 3,123 49 solarblade90 2,929 2,978 49 cj81499 2,616 2,622 6 Jag56 2,481 2,530 49 shadon 1,619 1,641 22 Randomguy65 1,585 1,626 41 nfk11 1,424 1,502 78 AwesomeSwordGuy 1,251 1,304 53 LivStoleYourPie 743 772 29 cyanyears 696 729 33 Jeff Kallaus 556 569 13 FastLearner 355 370 15 Fr-Pa-Co 253 259 6 %28YOUR N 113 117 4 heratio 74 80 6
Posted by Jayefuu 6 years ago
So i am trying to make a geiger counter (if you don't know what it is...search it) and i'm kinda getting somewhere, but there is a problem. i need to get more sound out of the bulb i'm ionizing, i am ionizing it with very high frequency and low voltage (very low) and i connected it to some speakers that i have (they run on they'r own battery so i need only signal) but its very quite and i need to make it more... louder. So how do i do it? i'm kinda guessing i have to connect the input wire on parallel or in series with some batteries to the bulb so the high freq voltage or current would get up, and i also will put a potentiometer to get it to the stage before ionization so.... yeah thats all......thnx for all answers. (English isn't my first language btw)
Asked by onepiece94 6 years ago
I am no electrician and am having no luck searching the internet on how to power the LEDs. I am trying to build a grow light with 50 - 3 watt Red LED lights and 20 - 3 watt BLUE LED lights. The total power consumed would be 210 watts. Specs for Blue lights: DC Forward Voltage (VF): 3.2 Vdc ~ 4.0 Vdc DC Forward Current (IF): Typ 650mA Specs for Red lights: DC Forward Voltage (VF): 2.0 ~ 2.8 Vdc DC Forward Current (IF): Typ 650mA I know a lot of things on the internet call for resistors but for this project, resistors would give off far too much heat. I know that an LED driver can be used in place of the resistors, but I don't know anything about voltage or amps. I have found a few 200W LED drivers that connect to an outlet and convert the power to a 24V DC, which is usable by LED's. I just don't know if that's all I have to do: connect the driver to the LEDs in a parallel circuit. Actually, I don't know how to find the Constant Current Module that I need at all. PLEASE HELP ME!
Asked by ammakrom 6 years ago
I'm sure this must be covered somewhere but I can't figure out how to get rid of someone's inappropriate comments on my Instructable. Any help is appreciated. I went to the comment, clicked flag. Marked as inappropriate. Does it just take a few days? I don't want my project to be a platform for a loudmouth that isn't even speaking about the project.
Posted by paleotool 6 years ago
I've noticed a lot of people thanking each other for sending patches or something like that and I also noticed that there is a 'send patch' option on my profile. I'm new to this site so I don't really get it. Neither could I find any information about this topic on the site.
Posted by LelouchZero 6 years ago
Nowadays, when working on an instructable, I get cryptic error messages when I put just a little more text than one line in a text box. This is extremely irritating!, and serves no purpose! The box then does not show up... I like to decide myself how to to do the layout of my instructable, and not be limited by someone elses' standards. This limitation degrades the site and should be removed immediately!
Asked by BobS 6 years ago
Really I was, I got into work, and had no real tasks to accomplish since my mentor was home sick and his boss was sick. Except she was so sick she asked me to do her job. So I got to spend 9 hours escorting 4 PE's all over to different locations. Climbing on roofs, crawling through mechanical rooms. digging things up, getting wet and dirty, all while trying to maintain a professional appearance. I loved it! I can't even express how much I love going to work, being an engineer is awesome. But then I got home to discover a microburst had hit our neighborhood. And was filled with anticipatory dread as I noticed the 65 foot oak in front of my house was no longer visible over the neighbors roof line. Well, the pictures below speak for themselves, there was only one way this thing could fall and NOT hit something, and it fell just that way. And if I hadn't been home late from work, my much loved truck would have been right under the trunk.
Posted by Tool Using Animal 6 years ago
Why don't people modify MOT's for high voltage? I just did I left about 3 layers of primary windings, removed the middle coil and the shunts put it back together then submerged it in oil, I also removes a couple of layers of the secondary windings to get rid of the resin so the oil can get in. It worked amazingly I don't understand why people don't do it.
Asked by The MadScientist 6 years ago
Hey, I have 2 158W Peltier elements, that I would like to mount to some CPU-heatsinks, and power with an old 400W PSU. Can I "just do that"? There seams to be some caveats with how these units draw power AFAIK. Also, does anyone have any experience with how much heat displacement is needed to not just ending up frying the unit? Any suggestions on what heatsink to pair them with, and how strong a resistor to put on them? I want to use them at the maximum power I can get them to run with continuously for up to 2 hours. I have way too limited experience with electronics, and only a week to build my project, so I kind of have to go with the simplest approach here :(
Asked by ELF 6 years ago
Hello, I recently discovered that I could change what I thought was my display name on instructables. (the one that you only have one chance to do) But instead discovered that it is not only the display name that has being changed but my login username as well. Although a bit disappointed i figured "no harm done" but lately after some time with the new username i keep bumping into weird situations. While logged in and active when I click on an instructable to view i get a popup on the bottom of the page saying "Sorry, we can't find that account, or your password didn't match. Please try again!" if I navigate back and choose a different instructable I can view it will all steps on one page as I have it configured. Then if I try to again view the intructable that gives me the error I once again cant. This seems to remedy itself if usually when I'm logged out due to inactivity and then log back in. On other occasions I find myself unable to log in getting the same error as above. Deleting the cookies does not help with this. I am able to log in from the same access point through my mobile but not my computer. User/pass saved on both devices as to eliminate getting the login credentials wrong. I'm thinking this might be because of the unusual characters in my display/username? I was surprised that such characters are allowed for usernames, this also was a point that got be thinking that its the display name that I'm changing not the username (as for example in flickr). Please advice! p.s. after writing this I pressed "Preview Topic" and if I hadn't copied the text when after I noticed that the page was acting up I would have lost all of it. This happened several times while writing an instructable. I went to save or navigate to a different step and the page doesent load and if I press back I loose everything if I haven't got it in the clipboard. Again do you thing that this is related to the weird characters in the usename? p.p.s. I had to change browsers from firefox to chrome in order to be able to post this
Posted by bad pixel 6 years ago