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http://stackoverflow.com/questions/42261964/

https://developers.google.com/web/fundamentals/getting-started/primers/async-functions

+Jake Archibald See the question on stackoverflow above please.

This wonderful development broke my 12 year old code and I can't figure out how to attain the same functionality. As of today, we are simply telling users to use Firefox, but obviously that answer won't stand long.

None of the pages I have read so far tells me how to simply port my old, dead simple 3 LINES of js from the old way to the new way.

Also, assuming what I want is the await keyword in some manner (I can't even tell if that's true or not), it seems the functionality is new, but none of the pages about it says how to detect if the browser supports it or not. How do I use await on a browser that has it, and not on a browser that doesn't?
On Chrome 56 on osx right now, typeof await says undefined.

What the heck do I DO? This code has worked in every browser since a few years before Chrome even existed. I didn't ask for this.



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This pic is of no interest to most. G+ just insists on making a post and there's nothing I can do about it. I don't want to make a post. I just want to upload a pic and mark it public. So you get to enjoy this post that is of no interest to you. Yay Google!
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When we got the news that our new Catrike Pockets had arrived at Jersey Bents last year
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4/22/15
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Improving the MISE enclosure. Not done yet. Just much better.
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MISE case prototype 1.5
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Case for MISE. First attempt. Made from 2 8x10 sheets of lexan from home depot, loctite fast-setting super glue, self-etching primer and automotive paint. Rubber feet. 8-32 screws & nuts. Nylon #8 washers to protect the lexan from cracking.

I screwed up the dimensions a little and so the front has more cut-out than necessary.

Also I glued the card reader to the case lid too far forward, so that the floppy power connector is exposed.

I could fix both of those cosmetic problems by just laying another sheet of lexan right over top of the front. It would cover up both the fpga module and the cf card reader. After sanding and painting it'd look fine from the outside.

Instead I'll probably just build another case with:
* Correct dimensions.
* Plastic mounting posts inside the lid instead of screws that have to poke out the top.
* Maybe glue a carrier plate to card reader, instead of gluing the card reader right to the case. This will add 1/8" to the overall height, but then there won't be those nuts on top either, so that cancels.

One of the pics shows an early painting disaster. :)
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3/23/15
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Mod to Expansion Interface for IM-2. Reversible without resoldering.
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IM-2 disable switch
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