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I'm a geek.

Mostly, I program C# stuff, everything from XNA, Silverlight, and Windows 8 metro-style applications to ASP.NET, services, and WinForms. I've got a lot of .NET specific stuff under my belt, like WCF, WPF, and the like, but I also do a lot with Databases (all the way down to RDBMS theory), and algorithms.


May
18
comment What's a good way to customize or recess a lightswitch?
Would my chocolate bar example in my question void UL ratings?
May
15
comment What's a good way to customize or recess a lightswitch?
So, do you believe that the original etsy switch also voids the UL rating?
May
15
comment What's a good way to customize or recess a lightswitch?
I added an example to better explain what I'm looking for? Please help me understand how I'm violating UL ratings?
May
15
comment What's a good way to customize or recess a lightswitch?
I added an example to better explain what I'm looking for?
May
15
comment What's a good way to customize or recess a lightswitch?
I added an example, to better explain what I'm looking for?
May
15
revised What's a good way to customize or recess a lightswitch?
adding an example.
May
10
comment What's a good way to customize or recess a lightswitch?
Based on further research, I think the "flush style rocker switch" you recommend is the decorative switch I linked in my original question, and it still sticks out too far, I want something slimmer, or more recessed.
May
10
awarded  Editor
May
10
revised What's a good way to customize or recess a lightswitch?
don't modify switch.
May
10
comment What's a good way to customize or recess a lightswitch?
I'm thinking I'm going to try to add PS2/PS3 controller buttons.
May
10
comment What's a good way to customize or recess a lightswitch?
Precisely, I don't want to modify the switch itself. I don't want to take it apart. I want to put other stuff in front of it to give it a new appearance. But if I do that, it makes it stick out an extra couple inches, which makes it look ugly. Thanks for the information about the flush-style switch, but that link didn't show anything in particular.
May
10
comment What's a good way to customize or recess a lightswitch?
Precisely, I don't want to modify the switch itself. I don't want to take it apart. I want to put other stuff in front of it to give it a new appearance. But if I do that, it makes it stick out an extra couple inches, which makes it look ugly.
May
10
awarded  Student
May
9
asked What's a good way to customize or recess a lightswitch?
May
9
awarded  Autobiographer