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+//
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+// Customized Enclosure
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+//
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+
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+/*[Dimensions]*/
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+
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+// Width of the enclosure
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+width = 75.0;
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+// Height of the enclosure
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+height = 55.0;
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+// Depth of the enclosure
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+depth = 30.0;
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+// Thickness of the walls and lid
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+thickness = 2;
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+// Amount of corner rounding
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+fillet_radius = 5.0;
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+
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+/*[Hidden]*/
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+
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+// Position offset from the corner for the stand-offs
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+standoff_offset = 0.5;
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+// Radius of the stand-offs
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+standoff_radius = 3.5;
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+// Radius of the hole in the stand-offs
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+standoff_hole_radius = 1.5;
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+
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+// 
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+// builds a solid rectangle with rounded corners (Z-only)
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+//
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+module block(width, height, depth, fillet_radius) {
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+    
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+    difference() {
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+        cube([width, height, depth], center = true);
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+        
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+        fudge = 0.1;
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+        fudge_depth = depth + 1.0;
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+        
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+        translate([-(width / 2), -(height / 2), -(fudge_depth / 2)])
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+        intersection () {
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+            cube([fillet_radius, fillet_radius, fudge_depth], center = false); 
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+            difference() {
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+                    cube([2 * fillet_radius, 2 * fillet_radius, fudge_depth], center = false); 
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+                    translate([fillet_radius, fillet_radius, 0.0])
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+                    cylinder(r = fillet_radius, h = fudge_depth);
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+            }
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+        }
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+
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+        translate([-(width / 2 + fudge), (height / 2 + fudge), -(fudge_depth / 2)])
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+        rotate([0.0, 0.0, -90])
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+        intersection () {
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+            cube([fillet_radius, fillet_radius, fudge_depth], center = false); 
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+            difference() {
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+                    cube([2 * fillet_radius, 2 * fillet_radius, fudge_depth], center = false); 
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+                    translate([fillet_radius, fillet_radius, 0.0])
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+                    cylinder(r = fillet_radius, h = fudge_depth);
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+            }
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+        }
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+
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+        translate([(width / 2 + fudge), (height / 2 + fudge), -(fudge_depth / 2)])
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+        rotate([0.0, 0.0, 180])
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+        intersection () {
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+            cube([fillet_radius, fillet_radius, fudge_depth], center = false); 
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+            difference() {
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+                    cube([2 * fillet_radius, 2 * fillet_radius, fudge_depth], center = false); 
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+                    translate([fillet_radius, fillet_radius, 0.0])
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+                    cylinder(r = fillet_radius, h = fudge_depth);
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+            }
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+        }
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+
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+        translate([(width / 2 + fudge), -(height / 2 + fudge), -(fudge_depth / 2)])
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+        rotate([0.0, 0.0, 90])
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+        intersection () {
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+            cube([fillet_radius, fillet_radius, fudge_depth], center = false); 
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+            difference() {
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+                    cube([2 * fillet_radius, 2 * fillet_radius, fudge_depth], center = false); 
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+                    translate([fillet_radius, fillet_radius, 0.0])
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+                    cylinder(r = fillet_radius, h = fudge_depth);
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+            }
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+        }
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+    }
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+}
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+
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+module enclosure(width, height, depth, fillet_radius, thickness, standoff_offset, standoff_radius, standoff_hole_radius) {
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+    union() {
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+    
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+        translate([0.0, 0.0, depth / 2.0])
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+        difference() {
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+            block(width, height, depth, fillet_radius);
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+            translate([0.0, 0.0, thickness]) 
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+                block(width - (2 * thickness), height - (2 * thickness), depth - thickness, fillet_radius);
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+        }
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+        
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+        translate([-((width / 2) - (thickness + standoff_radius + standoff_offset)), -((height / 2) - (thickness + standoff_radius + standoff_offset)), thickness ])
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+        difference() {
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+            cylinder(r = standoff_radius, h = (depth - (2 * thickness)), $fn=10);
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+            cylinder(r = standoff_hole_radius, h = (depth - (2 * thickness)), $fn=10);
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+        }
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+    
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+        translate([((width / 2) - (thickness + standoff_radius + standoff_offset)), -((height / 2) - (thickness + standoff_radius + standoff_offset)), thickness ])
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+        difference() {
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+            cylinder(r = standoff_radius, h = (depth - (2 * thickness)), $fn=10);
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+            cylinder(r = standoff_hole_radius, h = (depth - (2 * thickness)), $fn=10);
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+        }
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+
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+        translate([-((width / 2) - (thickness + standoff_radius + standoff_offset)), ((height / 2) - (thickness + standoff_radius + standoff_offset)), thickness ])
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+        difference() {
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+            cylinder(r = standoff_radius, h = (depth - (2 * thickness)), $fn=10);
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+            cylinder(r = standoff_hole_radius, h = (depth - (2 * thickness)), $fn=10);
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+        }
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+
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+        translate([((width / 2) - (thickness + standoff_radius + standoff_offset)), ((height / 2) - (thickness + standoff_radius + standoff_offset)), thickness ])
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+        difference() {
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+            cylinder(r = standoff_radius, h = (depth - (2 * thickness)), $fn=10);
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+            cylinder(r = standoff_hole_radius, h = (depth - (2 * thickness)), $fn=10);
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+        }
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+        
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+    }
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+}
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+
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+module lid(width, height, fillet_radius, thickness, standoff_offset, standoff_radius, standoff_hole_radius) {
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+    difference() {
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+    
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+        lid_offset = 10.0;
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+        
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+        union() {
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+            translate([0.0, height + lid_offset, thickness / 2.0])
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+                block(width, height, thickness, fillet_radius);
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+            translate([0.0, height + lid_offset, thickness / 2.0 + thickness])
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+                block(width - (2 * thickness), height - (2 * thickness), thickness, fillet_radius);
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+        }
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+        
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+        hole_offset = height + lid_offset;
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+        
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+        // holes 
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+        translate([-((width / 2) - (thickness + standoff_radius + standoff_offset)), -((height / 2) - (thickness + standoff_radius + standoff_offset)) + hole_offset, 0.0])
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+        cylinder(r = standoff_hole_radius, h = (2 * thickness), $fn=10);
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+        
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+        translate([-((width / 2) - (thickness + standoff_radius + standoff_offset)), ((height / 2) - (thickness + standoff_radius + standoff_offset)) + hole_offset, 0.0])
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+        cylinder(r = standoff_hole_radius, h = (2 * thickness), $fn=10);
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+
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+        translate([((width / 2) - (thickness + standoff_radius + standoff_offset)), -((height / 2) - (thickness + standoff_radius + standoff_offset)) + hole_offset, 0.0])
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+        cylinder(r = standoff_hole_radius, h = (2 * thickness), $fn=10);
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+
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+        translate([((width / 2) - (thickness + standoff_radius + standoff_offset)), ((height / 2) - (thickness + standoff_radius + standoff_offset)) + hole_offset, 0.0])
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+        cylinder(r = standoff_hole_radius, h = (2 * thickness), $fn=10);
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+        
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+        // countersinks
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+        translate([-((width / 2) - (thickness + standoff_radius + standoff_offset)), -((height / 2) - (thickness + standoff_radius + standoff_offset)) + hole_offset, 0.0])
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+        cylinder(r1 = standoff_hole_radius * 2, r2 = 0.0, h = thickness, $fn=10);
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+        
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+        translate([-((width / 2) - (thickness + standoff_radius + standoff_offset)), ((height / 2) - (thickness + standoff_radius + standoff_offset)) + hole_offset, 0.0])
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+        cylinder(r1 = standoff_hole_radius * 2, r2 = 0.0, h = thickness, $fn=10);
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+
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+        translate([((width / 2) - (thickness + standoff_radius + standoff_offset)), -((height / 2) - (thickness + standoff_radius + standoff_offset)) + hole_offset, 0.0])
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+        cylinder(r1 = standoff_hole_radius * 2, r2 = 0.0, h = thickness, $fn=10);
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+
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+        translate([((width / 2) - (thickness + standoff_radius + standoff_offset)), ((height / 2) - (thickness + standoff_radius + standoff_offset)) + hole_offset, 0.0])
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+        cylinder(r1 = standoff_hole_radius * 2, r2 = 0.0, h = thickness, $fn=10);
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+                
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+    }
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+}
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+
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+enclosure(width, height, depth, fillet_radius, thickness, standoff_offset, standoff_radius, standoff_hole_radius);
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+lid(width, height, fillet_radius, thickness, standoff_offset, standoff_radius, standoff_hole_radius);

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   APRS_init(ADC_REFERENCE, OPEN_SQUELCH);
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   APRS_setCallsign(callSign, 1);
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-  APRS_useAlternateSymbolTable(false);
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+  APRS_useAlternateSymbolTable(true);
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   APRS_setPath2("WIDE2", 2);      
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   APRS_setSymbol('n');
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