I'm designing an enclosure for a device that rear-mounts using those screw pocket features. The ones where there is a large opening for the screw head, and then you slide the device down to lock it in. This is good for mounting on a wall, but not so good for an installed application. I was wondering if anyone has any clever ideas for how to pull this off. I've already designed something, but I won't post it in hopes of getting some original ideas.
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