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--- Quote from: NiHaoMike on November 07, 2020, 12:41:41 pm ---
We should fight back by using Adblock on Youtube. Actually, we should be using Adblock on all Google services and using alternatives to those Google services when possible.

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I do, unless I want to support the creator and I know they have not been demonetised, these new mid roll ads are the reason all creators should set up a patreon or something.

Is that video on libry the same as she removed from YT?  Thanks for posting the link.


--- Quote from: Wilksey on November 07, 2020, 12:52:08 pm ---Is that video on libry the same as she removed from YT?  Thanks for posting the link.

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It's the same.

I predict someone will make a Youtube adblocker that allows whitelisting of selected channels and maybe even allow choosing whether or not to block mid rolls on whitelists.

Try contacting uBlock Origin, and send them a feature request.

S. Petrukhin:

--- Quote from: sleemanj on November 07, 2020, 10:42:24 am ---
--- Quote from: I wanted a rude username on November 07, 2020, 08:15:09 am ---They're generally routed out with a 1 mm end mill.

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I'm just kinda surprised that they must run the router over it again after the components are mounted to split the boards out, with vibration dust and potential static issues?   But I guess that's really the only viable alternative for efficient production.

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Installing components on a panel and then splitting the panel into separate boards is very common in manufacturing. Especially in contract manufacturing, where the board sizes are always different. Dust is easily removed, and static problems are also easily solved by simple grounding and air ionization. I don't think that's a problem.


--- Quote from: NiHaoMike on November 07, 2020, 12:37:30 am ---Turn on the subtitles if you don't know Chinese.

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But subtitles obstruct 90% of the view.


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