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JustWoz

Member Since: December 26, 2009

Country: United States

  • Yet another way to run Windows games on top of a Mac.

  • Well, the red on mine is dimmer now. It was as bright-ish as the blue/green for a second. I thought I had burnt it out completely but I can still see the nub on the end of the backlight turn red, not enough to really light the background anymore. I wished I had known what resistor to use before hand.

    I think I half burned it out while trying to figure out that the K terminal, (pin 15), is Ground for the backlight. Pins 16(Red),17(Green)and 18(Blue) take a positive voltage to activate. I never had a backlight on my LCD display before, pretty cool.

No public wish lists :(