tardate

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comment The voltage across all points in this circuit seems to drop once an inductor is added
Have you checked the transistor is still OK? Looks like the circuit will short thru C-E once L1 gets up to full current. Do you need a current- limiting resistor in there somewhere?
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answered Loudest Piezo with low voltage and current?
Mar
26
comment Is it professional to correct misspellings of my name?
+1 for best answer to the actual question. "How and when" is really the key to approaching the issue professionally. Definitely do not cc: all; that is not professional.
Mar
26
awarded Supporter
Mar
26
comment My rude/offensive flags on insulting comments were declined
@dext0rb: exactly. But I also puzzle over why EE.SE is the problem child. Having been around various SE sites for half a dozen years or more, EE.SE stands out as the main one I've participated in that really can't seem to get "technically informative and genial" right.
Mar
26
comment What is the equation for the 555 timer control voltage?
haha, I'm stealing Russell's idea. From now on, I think I'll just call them 555duinos;-)
Mar
25
awarded Necromancer
Mar
17
comment How to challenge the deletion of an answer?
Scott, now it sounds like you are trying to moderate "style". My primary objection is to the fact that moderators stepped in to delete the answer within 20 minutes. That was IMHO, overly-aggressive and unnecessary moderation. I suggest a much better strategy would have been to just leave your comments as to why it was a "bad" answer and then give the people working on the Q/A a chance to self-police.
Mar
17
comment How to challenge the deletion of an answer?
Hi Scott, I get that was your opinion. But I think it led to unnecessary and overly-aggressive moderation. Give the community a chance to self-police like on all the other SE sites I use. But I didn't post this question to argue the point. The question is "How to challenge the deletion of an answer?" not "Why was my answer deleted?".
Mar
17
revised How to challenge the deletion of an answer?
fix typo in the title
Mar
16
awarded Quorum
Mar
15
comment How to challenge the deletion of an answer?
Thanks @W5VO, figured it out! Wow, that's some clunky UX, probably needs the attention at the SE level. "Flag" is generally understood to be for objecting to nefarious content, not asking for something positive.
Mar
15
awarded Student
Mar
15
comment How to challenge the deletion of an answer?
Cheers Nick. I'm still not saying I'm right, but now at least others working on the question can have their say.
Mar
15
awarded Scholar
Mar
15
accepted How to challenge the deletion of an answer?
Mar
15
comment How to challenge the deletion of an answer?
Ahh, thanks a bunch Nick!
Mar
15
comment How to challenge the deletion of an answer?
Hi Dave. Fair enough, but the post was not deleted because it was long and elaborate (that's not against the rules AKAIK). Neither was it deleted for having too much self-doubt (that would just make it a poor answer; again not a cardinal sin). It was deleted because it was a "follow-up question". Which I don't think it is, except to the extent it was asking "Are you sure this is the right answer? This is what I think it is.."
Mar
15
awarded Editor
Mar
15
comment How to challenge the deletion of an answer?
"Or have I screwed it up somehow?" was just my way of a polite sign-off i.e. I'm not trying to be a know-it-all-dick in challenging the accepted answer. All SE answers come with that as an implicit qualifier; I just made it explicit. I've deleted it now. Does this now meet your standards for an answer?
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