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    Wow, that's very clean and good looking!
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    did you have any problems with the griffin powermate ?

    my powermate is driving me mad ! at this stage only useful for the funky blue light !
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    Quote Originally Posted by wkolodny
    Do you have a link to a manual for that keyboard encoder? It looks pretty useful. A schematic of how you wired your switches would be terrific too if you could.
    They don't have a digital manual, it's just a double sided xerox that comes with the controller.There is not much to wiring the controller. From the switch, one wire goes to the ground on the PCB of the keyboard encoder, and the other goes to any of the other attachment points. I have a single wire from the ground going to one common line on all switches. The NO line then is connected to one of the other connections to generate a keystroke.

    Quote Originally Posted by wkolodny
    where did you pry from? The rubber part or where the knob attaches to the base? Or both? Oh and can you still use the push and twist functions with the new knob?
    I don't recall exactly how I opened it. It has been some time ago. It is a total pain to do. Just take a screwdriver to anything that looks like a seam. Yes, it does keep both push and rotate functionality when removed from the case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAScooby
    did you have any problems with the griffin powermate ?

    my powermate is driving me mad ! at this stage only useful for the funky blue light !
    Initially, yes. I had to go into System Properties/Hardware/Device Manager, find the generic HID device and manually point it at the griffin driver. After that it worked fine.

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