Welcome, Takeda. Welcome to Open Circuits.
I hope you enjoy reading OpenCircuits and sharing your knowledge with us.
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- You can "sign" your contributions by typing four tildes "~~~~" at the end.
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Please feel free to talk about your electronics experiences here as well as linking to good, relevant resources like the one you posted to photoetching.
--DavidCary 07:32, 15 May 2007 (PDT)
Could you try something for me?
I see you know how to log in using the "log in" link in the upper-right corner. After you have logged in, also in the upper-right-hand corner, click on "preferences". Then select "skin" and preview the various skins: Chick, Classic, Cologne Blue, MonoBook (default), etc.
I agree that red colored links are awful. So I have my skin set to "Classic", which gives me (mostly) blue links.
Which skin is your favorite?
--DavidCary 23:36, 29 September 2007 (PDT)