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Posted by AwesomeSwordGuy 7 years ago
If you answer this question with "no", will I give it the best answer?
Asked by shadowninja31 7 years ago
Kelsey's right. Too many people don't even attempt to look up previous answers
Asked by steveastrouk 7 years ago
I was thinking about doing instructables on knowledge on survival in the wilderness. But I'm just wondering if it's acceptable here. It seems that most of the instructions I've seen are crafts or builds. Just a friendly question; if not; then I will find a way to make it craft-ish
Posted by MGO_Count 7 years ago
Asked by Airsoft_Maniac_96 9 years ago
um ... yeah
Asked by SpeedStrikerXLR 8 years ago
Asked by culebrapr2 7 years ago
I guess the title tells it all WHY can't you edit your answers - It's really irritating!?
Asked by rickharris 7 years ago
I always choose my best answer, then wan't to say thanks or something and I have to unmark, respond, then remark, why is this.
Asked by jj.inc 6 years ago
I Am from Fiji islands and i am wondering if international entries where accepted for this competition. get the leds out challege . I won 2 burning question competition and recieved my prizes and i want to give a shot at this too. If yes then i wanted to know who would cover for the shipping and who has to pay taxation ?... I am willing to pay for tax but not sure about shipping. Anyways I am looking forward to your replies and wish the best to all competition mates. thanks instructables for the t-shirts they were wonderful.
Posted by arylic 8 years ago
Hi everyone-I am confused. Are the voting buttons underneath the contest entries good to go now?
Asked by chefsea 5 years ago
I live in India and im 15 years old , is it legal for me to participate in a contest...and if I win a prize will it be delivered to here and should i pay extra money ?
Asked by Aadhithyan 2 years ago
Hey Guys, I want to know if I will require a heatsink for my 7805 Voltage Regulator. The usage conditions are:- Supply Voltage=8.4-9 ish v Regulated Voltage=5v Supply Current=2A Current to be used=1A Thermal Resistance=Not sure Ambient Temperature=77-88F Usual 105F Max Thanks. -Prickly Potato
Asked by shahryar.adil.3 2 years ago
I made my first instructable and i put keywords on my images and didnt know it would show every pic on the site! how do i get it off without deleting my instructable pics?? plz help!!
Asked by coocooachoo568 8 years ago
Does anyone know a super simple game console hook-up? I don't really know much about circuit boards, and electronics, but I'd like to learn. What I mean by simple is: a power supply plug for it, AV cable plugin, an on/off switch, controller ports, and game cartridge port. To be specific, I'd like to be able to build a smaller, simpler version of a Sega Genesis, or N64, or whatever. --- Thanks!!
Posted by kenizl86 7 years ago
The power went out during a storm when it come back on my pc didn't. stupidly i toke it apart thinking it could be the fuse. now its ALL APART and i need to know how to put it back together. its a gateway lp mini tower tb3 performance 500
Does anyone know ,Where i can find some really good code for my adrino mega for the Lpd6803.rgb led chip? i just got the adrino mega, and have never had one before, so i don't know how to use it yet, just starting to learn, i have a curtain that hangs behind our band, it has 16 colums and 11 rows of leds 176 in all. They are all wired in series, and each one has a lpd6803 on it. and i would love to be able to write the name of our band on the curtain, the led strips start at the bottom right side of the curtain go up then over then back down again, and it repeats this for all 16 colums, but all still wired in series. any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks and God bless you my friends.
Posted by tommylee333 5 years ago
I am new to programing and was wondering if there is any way to read the code off a PIC chip without damaging it or if you plug it into a programmer will it destroy the data on the chip. Sorry if this is a stupid question any help would be most appreciated
Posted by xlbloodlust 10 years ago
When questions are delayed posting for whatever reason, they should not be posted in order based on the time they were asked, they should be posted to the top of the list. At least once a week I find a question of a gob of questions way back on page 3 or 4 that have no answers and sometimes have no views. There are at least a dozen people here who look at every question, even the "boring ones". There is no way a question posted at the top of the list can make it to page 3 with out even a look. The way is works now if a question gets held up 24 hours (and that happens alot) it goes directly to page 2. It would work better if when the question gets posted it goes to the top of the list even if it takes a week to post it. Just my opinion.
Posted by Re-design 8 years ago
Ok so I'm new to this site and I find it absolutely amazing. Now onto my question, I need help finding something to do for my science project that's not too complicated to make, but also which is awesome. Could anyone help me find an instructable which fits this description?
Posted by adrou 7 years ago
More than once I've taken a lot of time to answer a question, done research, drawn a diagram, double checked my math and triple checked my spelling, etc, etc, only to have the asker later delete the question. (And all the answers.)Not a word of thanks or anything, just taking all of that work that I did for them and for everyone else who might have a similar question and delete it.I don't even get to keep a copy of it! Which stinks because there are a few that I'd like to refer to again. I know my answer isn't always the best so I often go back to questions that I've answered and see what good ideas other people have. But it's impossible to do if it's deleted.*sigh* So what's up? Why delete your question?
Asked by Grathio 8 years ago
When you set someone as a collaboration, why doesnt it add that instructable in that member's member page? They helped with making it, so shouldnt they be seen as a co-author and show up as one of their instructables as well? If not, can we get a co-author option for this sort of thing?
Posted by laminterious 10 years ago
I noticed that it's not always the instructable with the most votes that wins. And after voting ends the judging begins, who does the judging and what do they take into consideration?
Asked by threadbare 8 years ago