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Modifications apportées à l'étape #24

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[* black] Three pentalobes later...
[* black] ...and 10 Phillips screws with weird sloping spacers, allowing them to secure the keyboard at an angle...
[* black] ...and finally two screws that fit into the case clips (throwback to [guide|39841|step 7|stepid=89788|new_window=true6|stepid=89784|new_window=true]).
[* black] ...and finally two screws that fit into the case clips (throwback to [guide|39841|step 7|stepid=89788|new_window=true6|stepid=89784|new_window=true]).
[* black] We can't complain too much, I mean screws are better than adhesive—[http://treasure.diylol.com/uploads/post/image/517640/resized_grandma-finds-the-internet-meme-generator-oh-my-goodness-c06db3.jpg|oh my goodness|new_window=true].
[* black] The adhesive backing (a kind of layered tape) is stuck to the keyboard, and barely holds together upon peeling.
[* black] Under the blanket of tape is a [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/YYpaGaNumhQuR5M6|field of disheartening stars|new_window=true]. Two pentalobes per key, plus a row at the top and bottom, for a total of '''83''', plus the three from before.
[* icon_note] "Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair." — Jony Ive, probably.