Monday, March 29, 2010
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But is it a green light? Are they shipping to the UK tomorrow? Fatih, fresh graduate from the craigix school of posting, said:
As you might guess, we’re very busy to put everything (including plastic parts, screws, bumpers, felt materials, gaskets and many tiny details.) together for first production. I’ll try to post more pictures later. Keep an eye on forums and our official blog. Thanks for your support!
Yes, they have all other parts to check if the plastic parts match with them. The keymats are also ready to go.
We’re cautiously taking that as a yes.
About This Collection
Created by: technologiclee
Updated: March 1, 2010
19 Add-ons in this Collection
FireFTP created by Mime Cuvalo
FireFTP is a free, secure, cross-platform FTP client for Mozilla Firefox which provides easy and intuitive access to FTP servers.
ScribeFire Blog Editor created by cfinke
ScribeFire is a full-featured blog editor that integrates with your browser and lets you easily post to your blog.
All your social networks and instant messaging in one easy to use app - it's the #1 downloaded social networking add-on for Firefox. Get all your updates, update your status and share across Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and more - all at once!
Xmarks Bookmark and Password Sync created by Xmarks Inc.
Xmarks is the #1 bookmarking add-on. Install it on all your computers to keep your bookmarks and (optionally) passwords backed up and synchronized. Xmarks also helps you uncover the best of the web based on what millions of people are bookmarking.
3D-CAD-CAM-software with integrated 3D-OpenGL-viewer, import-/ export-programs, (STEP, Iges, DXF, VRML, STL) integrated NC-processor, programming interface for user programs (plugins).
- Press F8
- Click on the icon in the status bar:
- Select ScribeFire from the Tools menu:
- Right-click on the page and select “Blog this page” from the ScribeFire submenu.
- There is also a ScribeFire toolbar button you can use to open and close ScribeFire. Add it to your toolbar by selecting Customize from the View > Toolbars menu, and then drag the button to your chosen location.
The first time you open ScribeFire, an account wizard will appear to help you connect ScribeFire to your blog. (Here is a list of the blogging services that are compatible with ScribeFire.) Simply fill in the information it asks for, and when you finish, your blog will be listed in the right-hand pane:
Other features of ScribeFire allow you to categorize and tag your blog posts, upload images, set the timestamp of your posts, save works-in-progress as notes, post an entry as a draft, share your posts on social websites, and upload files via FTP. For help with these features, see the complete listing of ScribeFire Help topics.