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My nEw LCD..

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tbones1337

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Jan 5, 2004
LCD, as in Leet game-character name display.



How i made this. I took a 4x6 printer piece of paper and printed the thing i did in photoshawp.then i took acryllic and used elmers spray glue to attach to the acryllic.. then i cut a slit into the bottom of the 5.25 bays on the front panel.. then to hold it from tipping back, is those little bumpy things on the panel... still drying but it took like 30 minutes.. to cut down the plastic then about 15 or so minutes to do the photo.


Has my system specs.. my handle.. and also my fav. UT2004 vechicle, thanks to planetunreal for the pic, i then went to edit... simple and quick mod
pic:
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oo.. and its wireless too.... beat that crystal fontz.
 

Radical

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Oct 19, 2003
Location
CA
I don't really understand what you did. A picture would help, but the one you posted isn't showing up.
 

PHILIP1193

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Feb 25, 2004
Location
England
u say lcd i dont see one? lcd means liquid crystal display - not i have a piece of paper with handle etc on?

Sorry to play dumb and it does look good what u have done but that title is all wrong and decieveing. id put "my new Leet game-character name display" not my new lcd
Phil
 

kenkun

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Jul 6, 2004
Oh I see... I was kinda confused until I saw that last post. So, this is supposed to be paper with a picture of his favorite mobile from ut2004. Here I was thinking he had a 4" LCD display on his front bezel, custom made...
So this was all just for fun? Won't the picture fade over a short about of time?
Well, at least the picture is nice :)
 

toyomatt84

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May 18, 2004
Location
ALL BLUE
Can I point and laugh at you now? That's the easiest mod I've seen to date. All you did was print off a picture of some info., taped it to a piece of poly, and stuck it behind your faceplate. You might want to do a better job cutting it next time, (look at the 3.5" bay view of the bottom of the poly).