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Shadow2751

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About Shadow2751

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  1. Post A Song!!

  2. Welcome to the forums!
  3. Some people as you know have been having issues with the connectivity of the left JoyCon at certain distances and depending on how you grip it. Antenna-gate anyone? Sadly however, it looks like it's a hardware issue. But fear not, Spawn Wave - a very handy youtuber set out to fix the left joycon antenna issue and not only did he fix it, he made it remarkably better! And with little more than a piece of wire and a blob of solder, the connectivity issue seems to be gone completely regardless of how far away you are or how you grip the JoyCon (within reason of course.) We don't recommend doing this yourself unless you have experience with this sort of thing, but let's take a look! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnMnke6lF0c [spoiler=Shadows Original Post]So people have been complaining about the disconnect issue with the left JoyCon (personally, I've never run into this issue), but SpawnWave has done a tear down of the JoyCons and has now documented via youtube his experimentation with fixing the left JoyCon issue (he does have success, but emphasizes not trying it at home). Unless you have a pretty in depth electronics knowledge/skills with soldering this isn't exactly viable for most people, but it is interesting and points to the culprit of the disconnect issues (the antenna placement). Anyway, watch for yourself!
  4. Hello, friendlies!
  5. PLEASE FOLLOW ME :(
  6. Amazing username. Also, welcome to the site.
  7. A couch, sofa, or settee is a piece of furniture for seating three or more people in the form of a bench, with or without armrests, that is partially or entirely upholstered, and often fitted with springs and tailored cushions.[1][2] Although a couch is used primarily for seating, it may be used for sleeping.[3]
    1. MrMischief

      MrMischief

      Then what is a davenport?
    2. Shadow2751

      Shadow2751

      Evidently, quite a few things. Amongst which includes a type of sofa. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Davenport
  8. Post A Song!!

    Thrice and Coheed and Cambria are both bands I enjoy learning songs from
  9. Post A Song!!

  10. Post A Song!!

    Nice! I played viola and cello back in the day, they're fun... I bet violin would be fun, too. I mostly just play guitar now, though. Piano is always fun I could never get enough time around a piano to learn anything more than chords and scales, though Edit: another from the same album, quieter.
  11. Post A Song!!

    Hey, nice to meet you! Seeing as you are into music, do you play any instruments? PS: here's the first the track of the album I've been spinning lately.
  12. Not sure what subforum to put this in, but I thought this was extremely cool! I've often pondered the logistics of using augmented reality/virtual reality as a way to learn or train at school or on the job, so this is pretty sweet! There's lots of applications for this kind of technology outside of gaming. Anyway, I'll stop nerding out, check out the video and let me know what you think (if you're so inclined)! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXTvB02sw7g
  13. Anyone else into Opeth or other progressive metal? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a267gFmAxTw
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