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Photocell tutorial (Instructables versions)

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We recently published a photocell tutorial, here’s the same tutorial on Instructables for those who like that sorta thing!


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2 Comments

  1. FYI – Instructables recently changed their policies so that non-registered users will find the site to be mostly useless. For instance if there are multiple pictures on a single step, anonymous users only get to see the first picture. Ugh. I for one am not about to sign up for yet another site specific login – especially for a site that doesn’t give me much in the way of return most of the time. For that reason, I avoid it as much as possible.

  2. @signal7 – if you have a pro account on instructables you can see all steps, if you do not you’ll need to log in and see them one step at a time, if you like to support the DIY community the pro account is a good option. one costs money for a useful service / tool / how-tos, the other is free (log in) – if the site “doesn

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