At 12:15 AM -0800 11/15/06, Larry Stites wrote: >Gives me a hard on just reading it! (cylindrical socket, shaft, >side-screw, >20 minute job, firmly hold the half-shaft in the socket, 3rd Hand, Tweek, >Tweeze, and Mix, might get into trouble, Algorithm knob, detented knob, >enormous pain, use your foot and zero in on the "notch"??!! > >Whachusay?! ROTF LMAO! Why am I thinking you probably have a Snap-On Tools calendar on the wall above your mixing board. And mebbe even an old Rosie the Riveter poster too.... ;) >... And so is detented - what ever that means. Detented, from "detent". According to Wikipedia: "A detent is a method of dividing a smooth range of movement into one or more discrete "steps". The most common example would be that of a balance control on a piece of stereo equipment which seems to "click" or "snap" into the center position of its rotation, indicating the point where the volumes of the left and right channels are equal or "balanced" (hence the name )...." (okay, so I made an adjective up out of a noun/verb -- shoot me.) I had nothing to do with "Recieved", though, since that typo was in the subject line before I got to it. After 12 years in a podunk public school with no budget for anything except drilling us over and over in the 'three R's', I can almost always remember the "i before e except after c" rule. :) --m. -- _______ "You are in a maze of twisty little passages, all alike..."