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What you may be able to do is take some wire coming from the power button on the logic board and connect it to the front with a simple switch or button. Would look a lot better than that shutter release.
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Most Apple laptops from G3s onwards (and likely before too) have a simple (usually blue and white) cable with a two pin connection to the motherboard. Any switch at all should easily connected to such a connection. Check the service manual.
My SE case will arrive tomorrow. I'm still looking for a screen though. I can't find anywhere I can buy the screen reccomended for the Mac Mini SE. I would appreciate any suggestions on what screen to use.
I got the case today. It doesn't look like it will be all that hard to do what I want to do with it. The screen opening is 8.875 inches diagonally, 7.25 inches wide, and 5.375 inches tall. I've got a question about the mod guides: Are they meant to be done all at once or can they be updated with progression in the mod?
the author of a mod guide will maintain access to modify and or update their mod as they please. It is your mod guide, you can do what you like with it Usually people submit the mod when it has been completed. However, you can do an in progress mod if you like. We might have to create a special section for that so it doesn't get confused with the completed mods. Would this be something members would be interested in, updating a mod guide as it progresses?
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I got the case today. It doesn't look like it will be all that hard to do what I want to do with it. The screen opening is 8.875 inches diagonally, 7.25 inches wide, and 5.375 inches tall.
Hmm. I was thinking you could use one of those 5" $20 dollar LCDs, but I guess that'd be a bit small. The only around 8-9" LCDs I can think of are in the little portable TVs. Do you have a screen lined up? or what were you thinking for that?
I really can't find the right screen. I know what I want for everything else and I've somewhat figured out I'm going to mount it. Would it be possible for me to an 8 inch laptop screen for another computer and connect it to the TiBook? If I used a regular stand alone LCD I will need to power it, have a way to turn it on, and I will need to be able to access the main laptop keyboard if my screen settings ever get deleted to make the computer mirror to the external screen. If I could get a laptop LCD to interface I would not have these problems. I would also need a place to buy one of these screens. This: http://store.yahoo.com/alan-fm/lm-da53-22nsw.html seems to be the right thing at a reasonable price.
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