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  2. Where we are now: The site is back up and running! The character set encoding issue has been fixed so old posts should now look ok. I am currently working on themes/skins etc and I will be deleting the temporary green skin very soon as it has many issues. I will do a very quick variation on the stock blue skin first just to get a light-grey background and san-serif font, and I will set this as default. Later this week I will hopefully add a professional third-party skin in pfm colours (life is way too short to do this crap myself, and I've found one I really like than needs next to no tweaking). We are getting there slowly...
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  3. May I please request people check and update their email address if it is out if date. I ask as I’m getting countless bounce errors as the server fails to send notifications through etc. I’ll eventually figure out how to send these to a black hole somewhere, but it makes sense to address it at source as quite a few folk are obviously not getting the thread and conversations notifications they have set in their preferences.
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  4. Things you need to know about the new ‘Conversations’ PM system:

    a) DO NOT REPLY TO THE NOTIFICATION EMAIL! I get them, not the intended recipient. I get a lot of them and I do not want them! It is just a notification, log into the site and reply from there.

    b) To delete old conversations use the ‘Leave conversation’ option. This is just delete by another name.
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LesW's Recent Activity

  1. LesW posted a new thread.

    Naim NAP 135/250 Holden & Fisher Toroids

    As title, a matched pair of Holden and Fisher toroids removed from a chrome bumper pair of 135s and tested for noise and inter-winding...

    Forum: d.i.y. classifieds

    Jan 12, 2018 at 4:19 PM
  2. LesW replied to the thread [FS] Avondale Audio TAPS power supply for LP12.

    I suggest that, in light of some recent experiments and observations, the 0.68uF cap be changed for a polypropylene - 0.22uF @ 400V

    Jan 12, 2018 at 4:14 PM