Started by Bryce, 17:29, 28 October 09
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Quote from: Bryce on 21:55, 28 October 09In the Peripherals section alone, there are already 7 or so DIY projects which could be moved to a DIY Page. My suggestion would be to add a menu link in the Hardware menu on the main page, maybe grouped together with Reapir, ie: a "Repair and DIY" section. I have a good few projects I could add to the section and we could start a Do-it-yourself repair section with fault finding tips and step-by-step guides... Just a suggestion.Bryce.
Quote from: arnoldemu on 16:37, 29 October 09Run with it. Your suggestion is good and I think you should continue.
Quote from: Bryce on 11:42, 19 January 10This isn't something I'm likely to say very often, but..... I agree with nocash The section for DIY Hardware / Electronics is something I feel is lost under "Technical docs / Tutorials", or at least I'd never go looking for it there, if I didn't know it was there in the first place and it definitely doesn't describe what you find there. There are currently 33 DIY projects, and when I get some time, there are more to come. Along with all the detailed hardware breakdowns being done by Gerald, nocash, myself and others, it would be nice to have an Electronics section where this all comes together, rather than having to search out each device seperately. I would suggest it should be a seperate "Electronics" Link, with sections for CPC Schematics, Chip details, peripheral schematics, DIY projects and Repair tips and information. And this section should be under hardware and not literature.But that's just my opinion as a hardware person.Bryce.
Quote from: Bryce on 16:11, 21 January 10Ok, so how about this....There's already a "Hardware" heading in the left frame, under this heading there could be a "DIY / Repair" link which would contain all DIY electronics projects AND instructions on connecting Floppies cables / printer cable / pcpara cables / changing belt instructions etc. The Documentation Section could be renamed to "Amstrad Documention" or "Original Documention" or even "Official Documentation" where the schematics / service manuals and handbooks could be found (ie: all documentation that was released by Amstrad or other commercial companies).This way the link names would fit the content? Or maybe others see it differently?Bryce.
Quote from: arnoldemu on 11:45, 22 January 10Gryzor. Please sort this out.
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