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Old 04-25-2009, 11:55 PM   #21 (permalink)
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If I were to do a gallery, I would want to host it myself. I don't like leaving galleries open on PB

Someone on [H] mentioned to me about the very small clearence between the windows and that little lip on the edge of the back of the case, see green arrow here:

I've mounted the window temporarily on the top panel... and there does seem to be a lack of space..
This is a problem... Potentially you could trim either your plexi/lexan and or that edge piece.. Hoo boy. This should be fun to find a way to over come. :|

Here's some quick pics of taping the holes that I did tonight.

After some thinking, I think i'm just going to trim that edge of the case.On the SG01 its a solid piece unlike the picture I posted with the tabs, which really don't do too much anyway as far as I can tell. I think they're just there to keep the outer shell tight against the case. On the back that shouldn't be much of a problem, as there are 4 screws to hold it tight in place.
So I would be cutting long the red lines here:

phaux keeng mahuds.
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