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Hi, my config is exactly as others here.
Attached are photos of my connections.

When the printer is turned on the BL Touch extends the pin twice, then retracts.

No commands extend it.

My config:
zprobe.enable true
zprobe.probe_pin 1.28^
zprobe.slow_feedrate 5
zprobe.fast_feedrate 100
zprobe.probe_height 5

switch.servo.enable true
switch.servo.input_on_command M280
switch.servo.input_off_command M281
switch.servo.output_pin 1.23
switch.servo.output_type hwpwm
switch.servo.pwm_period_ms 20

leveling-strategy.three-point-leveling.enable true
leveling-strategy.three-point-leveling.point1 35,10
leveling-strategy.three-point-leveling.point2 190,10
leveling-strategy.three-point-leveling.point3 180,140
leveling-strategy.three-point-leveling.home_first true
leveling-strategy.three-point-leveling.tolerance 0.03
leveling-strategy.three-point-leveling.probe_offsets 34,-50,0
leveling-strategy.three-point-leveling.save_plane true

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Driving through the lab grounds, google glass recording.
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Low carb high fat. So this is what it has come to....
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 It kinda feels dirty to stick the documentation for my Vagrant project into Sharepoint.
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I make cool stuff sometimes.  Of course the internet helps me along.
Guys like +jtreminio make it easy. 
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Excited to be working on implementing team wide #vagrant solution.  Also in the pipeline, mod_security testing. #thisisthebigtime   #oss #drupal
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If JAM is putting it together it's sure to be interesting, join him!
Get off the phone: Helping users through better UX and tools

Marek Sotak talks about giving your clients and site visitors the help they need without sacrificing all your productive time.

jam's Drupal Camp, December 2013 edition - I can't get enough Drupal Camps and I wanted to share some of my favourite sessions and presenters from the Drupal (and open source and business) community with you at regular jam's Drupal Camp events online!

Does this ever happen to you? You hand over a site that you have just built to your client and then the phone starts ringing…

You: Hello, how can I help you?
Customer: I can't login to my site.
You: Are you sure you used the right password? ...
Customer: How do I add an article again?
You: Are you logged in in the admin interface? ...
Customer: The picture I just uploaded looks wrong.
You: What site are you on? Which content type are you editing? Is this for a block? Are you looking at a view or the node?
Customer: um ...

Marek Sotak, founder of Inline Manual [LINK:] and longtime Drupal developer faced these situations regularly while building client sites and one day decided enough was enough. He started looking for solutions and interviewed many companies and individuals who build websites.

The feedback and insight he gained into how others handle helping clients and end-users after their projects have launched was valuable. Many have tried screencasts, making manuals filled with screenshots, and other options, but none of them had any proven solution or consistent processes in place. Given the lack of reliable or measurable success, most don't offer documentation at all anymore. Instead, they have given up and simply provide their phone number to their clients. This comes at the cost of being on the phone a lot, and losing productive time when they could be working on their next project.

In this session, we will look at
- the results of Marek's research and experience looking for solutions
- how small UX changes can change user perception and behaviour
-what tools there are that can help make our clients and ourselves more productive
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