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I and a lot of users have a folder for media wich we direct most addons too.
With the way i do it, It would look something like this.(i use gxMedia from guardix because i use some of his addons and wanted my dbm the same style).
Fontsize, hope it was of some help, sorry for the wall of text.
Depends a little on how you assign media too your addon(s).Code: local gxMedia gxMedia or bgFile buttonOverlay edgeFile font Fontsfrizqt_.TTF, 1970 el camino repair manual statusBar so assigning the statusbar too say progress would look like this.Code: local font "path to font" local statusbar "path to texture" then the code too assign them would look like this.Code: progress:SetStatusBarTexture( statusbar ) and font, code: name:SetFont( font, 14) another example of doing.Also what is "fsize" crack cype 2012 a parcheador rapidshare for?Or sharedmedia (im not gonna give you any suggestion on sharedmedia since i dont use it myself) but you can use sharedmedia in combination with this.Code: progress:SetStatusBarTexture( atusBar ) and font, code: name:SetFont( nt, 14 you can also assign fonts/statusbars etc like this.Update this addon so it doesn t eat gobs of memory.Sacrife, im lazy, i just show how.#2 #3 the bed after rubbing it down on some wet-and-dry stuck to a glass shop-shelf, and using a mixture of 30W monograde oil and WD-40 as the lubricant, followed up with a Norton aluminum oxide (orange-brown) stone (very fine) with a sparse sprinkling.#2 #3 Closeup of motor mount.

#2 His Indexer is now finished #2 #3 #4 After some playing around with different geometries to mount a variable speed DC motor to drive the leadscrew via a pulley mounted to the standard Taig handwheel assembly, the prototype that I'm trying out right now.
#2 Here is a sequence of photos showing how the pieces fit on the Taig.
#2 The handwheels are built up, not machined from single billets.
#2 #3 Once I had seen a design for an adjustable height tool post I new I'd have to make one, the woodruff key design was ideal.
#2 The back of the bike lights.#2 #3 T-nuts and clamps for the table.#2 It seems that the majority of people going DC fit a large diam., pulley to drop the spindle speed down so I followed suit.#2 #3 I've made a number of improvements to my CNC mill this year ; both hardware and software.#2 Tool holders and cutoff tool The shield is just to prevent the ships from getting to the mill stepper motor coupling.#2 The device on the taig mil l is an index plate that will allow me to make spur ears as well as bevel gears.#2 I performed an installation exercise, it took.