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  • The Putting Green

    The Putting Green

    If any part of your ball is touching the green, it is on the green. When your ball is on the green, you may brush away leaves and other loose impediments, but otherwise do not touch your line of putt. You may repair ball marks or old hole plugs, but do not repair marks made by spikes or shoes before playing. You may not test the surface of the green by rolling a ball or scraping the surface. Always mark your ball by putting a small coin or other marker behind it when you want to pick it up to clean it or get out of another player's way. Ishiner If your ball overhangs the edge of the hole you can wait ten seconds to see if it drops in. If it falls in after 10 seconds, reviews add a penalty stroke to your score.


    Posted By: xue edison on Jul 06, 2010 11:02AM Category: Production

  • You must play the ball as it lies

    You must play the ball as it lies. You may not move it to a better spot. You may not improve your lie by pressing down behind the ball. golfwholesale18 The club may be grounded only lightly behind the ball. You may not improve the area of your stance, intended swing or line of play by bending or breaking anything growing, such as tree branches or long grass. golfwholesale18 reviews In a bunker you may not touch the sand, or in a water hazard touch the ground or water, with your club before or during your back swing. In any hazard, Ishiner you may not remove loose impediments (natural things such as leaves or twigs) but you may remove obstructions (artificial objects such as bottles or rakes.)

    Posted By: xue edison on Jul 06, 2010 11:02AM Category: Production

  • 2U Housing Profile Case



    I am trying to design an enclosure that is a standard 2U rack mount size (with mounting ears).


    Reading through the manual, I can't find the length of the housing bracket. Does it come in standard lengths, or do we need to specify it somewhere?


    Also, if anyone already has a completed 2U enclosure which I could use as a template, it would be much appreciated.



    Posted By: Shahrukh Alavi on Jun 18, 2010 04:29PM Category: Front Panel Designer

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    Posted By: Diane Haensel on Jun 14, 2010 07:46PM Category: Production

  • Sharing Templates/Objects

    I can just imagin there are alot of diffrent user made objects out on everybodys computers? It would be nice if we could all chare them threw the software or maybe here on the site in a libary?

    Posted By: Henrik Rydell on May 20, 2010 04:00PM Category: Whishes

  • Bergues - Einbaubuchse

    Is the Bergues - Einbaubuchse a standard AC Inlet? It doesn't look exactly right and I don't know how to get the dimensions of the macro object to check.

    Posted By: Chris Rowlett on May 18, 2010 04:16PM Category: Front Panel Designer

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