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  1. I've had no issues with this theme. I didn't go through every wire profile but 316 and NI worked fine for me. The puff counter is on the Replay display. There is a slight counterintuitive nature being settings are changed while highlighted but that's no real issue. It works well. https://i.ibb.co/1d5Tzwp/20210908-231354.jpg Jealousy in the air? Amimosity maybe?
    Nice! I like the contrasting colors and the battery bar graph update doesnt stress my aging eyes.
  2. I've just updated a Linux laptop with 20.1 Mint Cinnamon and installed Escribe. I've done previous installs of Escribe that have taken on my computers theme, I'm a dark theme type, this time my computers theme was not adopted by Escribe. Am I asking for trouble trying to incorporate my computers theme?
  3. No sweat! The only reason I bought this mod was it looked to have the potential for this swap if the original circuit didn't pan out for me. The only other part that's a little tricky is widening the bed for the display. It seems to be a pretty soft ABS plastic and can be carved with a knife easily. I did just that, took my time at it with a knife, that was the longest part of the process.
  4. One part of the assembly was missing in the video, sliding the circuit board and plastic parts into the mod body. With the dust protection for the display and silicone button gaskets this can be frustrating. The scotch tape trick works well here. A piece of scotch tape a little more than three times the length of the height of the mod folded sticky side to sticky side with no wrinkles makes for a reasonably good tool for the process. Similar thin plastic that won't stretch or tear will work too, scotch tape is just a common household Item. Slide your folded tape through the mod with a little sticking out the 510 end, as you slide the circuit board and plastic parts in the tape will help your parts slide through the mod body until the parts are near their final position. Once near the final position, hold the plastic parts at the battery entry end and pull the tape out from either end. I pulled mine out the 510 end of the mod.
  5. Fine job you're doing sir. The video I posted isn't mine. I believe the gentleman's name is Stuart and he's over the other side of the pond.
  6. I guess I should have mentioned the 14 was on my own accord, thanks retird! Just got to make things interesting ya know. 😉
  7. 14 gauge is a bit much for the battery leads IMHO, 16 will save you some effort. Done deal.
  8. You're a good man Wayneo! Gotta bite that PP bullet I guess. A guys just feeling kinda cornered these days ya know.
  9. Thanks Wayneo! Being electronics I'd hope to manage this state side honestly, I'm not saying what I'm putting it into. 😉 I may have blazed through Stealthvape already and only seen the large screens if memory serves me. I was wrong, Stealth does have them in stock.
  10. Looks like a feller could be testing his soldering skills here soon enough with one of these. Where does a non-business type get one of the small displays again?
  11. I bought into the Kizoku Techmod and what was delivered was for the most part complete garbage, maybe just the luck of the draw, I don't know. It wouldn't even vape consistently in voltage mode so the somewhat intended circuit swap might just happen. Not sure it's worth a DNA 60 swap honestly but the titled charging/data circuit board could make the task a lot easier. Odds are with the hole at the angle it is this isn't going to pan out well but pulling it off could be an accomplishment? I am my own trouble maker! 😁 Maybe a tiny breakout board would work. With a portion of the mounting rails removed from the 60 it should stack on threaded rods off the stripped original circuit board leaving the switches to be tapped off the traces. I have the threaded rod and nuts around here somewhere. It'll take a small screen display and some (fingers crossed!) minor modification of the 510's center pin. Yeah, that's another thing, some atomizers don't make contact being the center pin sits so low. So please enjoy this opportunity to take part in my masochism, we can play together this way! 😆 The offensive item removed.
  12. Sorry to mention, I've found QP Designs CS to be about Chinese flavored.
  13. Recently had the same issue, thank you for posting Bill! I used this post as a reference which was sent by the help desk to the webmaster.
  14. I've personally been curious about a 75C in the Grus and thought some of you may be as well so here ya go.
  15. I didn't read into the thread but it may help you being it states resistance issues. I'm familiar with the look of these mods and it's a subjective thing.
  16. No worries, with so many variables I try to take in all information. My best guess at this point would be a cold or incorrect solder joint. I'm not familiar with this particular mod and its construction as to be able to look at the solder work done. As well as making sure your coil connections are firmly fastened may avoid looking into the mod itself.
  17. Your first post mentions Replay. Earlier I mentioned room temperature. Your atty and mod should be at room temperature when reading the ohms resistance for the first time the atomizer is connected to the mod.
  18. Try using temperature sensing capable wire for your coils.
  19. Clearo atty? Coil material? Mod resistance set? Ohms read from a room temp mod and atty? Clean battery contacts?
  20. I should have came back and mentioned the computer I was trying to install on had some issues. Linux Mint Cinnamon on another computer practically installed itself, incorporated the system theme as well.
  21. Wow, thank you! I have had multiple Linux distributions run Escribe previously and Escribe is loaded on the Linux Mint drive of the computer I'm on at the moment. I'm just liking MX and would like to have one distro with all my stuff on it. After Escribe my next hurdle is the fingerprint reader on my T430 which does work in Mint as well, it's just a James Bond cool thing IMHO. Before I go VM, I'm going to load an older version of Linux MX, a version prior to them dropping the LBSs, then load 19.1 MX through a terminal which I hope will retain the LBSs I didn't get with Buster version. It may just end up being that the Linux Mint goes on the 255Gb SSD drive but I'd rather the MX, just a preference thing. Cheers!
  22. I could be less than civil in response, please refer to my edited post above. This forum is a community effort.
  23. Glad to hear it's just me, I kind of assumed that much already without mention of MX Linux here in the forums. I appreciate your offer! I'm an old timer here and know this is a community effort deal, bought a HP Stream 7 when Escribe launched just to have Windows originally to run Escribe. I'm liking MX Linux as well and this is the reason for the effort at this install, I may nix my HHD for a SSD. You asked for it, Hehehehe I'm dual booted in a Lenovo Thinkpad T430, HHD of 500Gb has Linux Mint and the 255Gb SSD has the Linux MX. echo $XDG_CURRENT_DESKTOP XFCE PRETTY_NAME="Debian GNU/Linux 10 (buster)" NAME="Debian GNU/Linux" VERSION_ID="10" VERSION="10 (buster)" Likely at least part of the problem. lsb_release -a No LSB modules are available. And the installation of LSB couldn't find which anchor point to install to so it looks like another install of Linux MX could be in order? Edit: I'm finding references to peripheral manufacturers for LSBs so I'm just going to lay low on this for a while and see where it goes. As of the Buster release the OS no long carriers the LSBs as to the best of my knowledge.
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