I just transferred the LED diffusers over into the new panel and a few are a bit loose and fall out when the module is fully assembled. Any suggestion as to how to get them to stay in the panel? I know a dab of super glue would probably work but figured I’d ask before impulsively going off and messing things up hah.
@tehn, I made sure they were pushed in there as far as possible (no glue) and that fixed the issue. I shook the panel/tapped it before putting it back on and they don’t seem to be going anywhere. Thanks for the suggestion
Didn’t want to start a new thread, this seems as good a place as any for my question…
Of late I’ve been strongly considering the Teletype. Initially dismissed because coding isn’t of great interest to me. However as I have accumulated compatible modules: Just Friends, w//, Earthsea, Whitewhale, Ansible and walk, I can’t help feeling that I’m missing an opportunity.
So what I’m trying to work out is… if I ‘just’ used TT to synchronise and arrange ES/WW/A + use JF in synthesis mode + trigger events from walk (+ whatever fruitiness comes from w//) - is it worthwhile for someone who is time-poor (young kids/busy job/limited energy reserves) ? Certainly these applications will be my starting point, perhaps pushing out into deeper water as time moves on. Can’t help feeling like I would be underusing in the extreme. Does anyone else use TT in this way?
I’m not sure that’s a great way to think about it, but I understand the feeling – Teletype is a very deep module, and honestly think it’d be difficult for anyone to use all of it’s functionality all the time. For instance, I sometimes feel I’m underutilizing the remote-control aspects of it, since I don’t have it connected to my White Whale or Earthsea. But ultimately that’s not really what I need it for, and that’s all that matters in my opinion.
If you have space for it in your rack, and think it will be a nice complement to your existing modules, I don’t think you need to worry about utilizing all, or even most of it’s features. In addition to it’s existing depth, since it’s an open-source project, new features are being added all the time by the amazing community, and I haven’t even scraped the surface of what some of those new features can do.
After having Teletype for a couple of years now, I can say it’s one of my most essential modules in my rack.