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  1. I could be wrong, but it looks like this was his...

    I could be wrong, but it looks like this was his (JBeale) own functions, Where it looks like he hacked up the main library to add it. Not sure if it ever was officially added as an API...
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    And ? Not sure if this is question or answer? ...

    And ? Not sure if this is question or answer?

    And yes not all displays require a DC (Data/Command) pin. Some distinguish commands from non-commands by other means.
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    Is this the Adafruit one?...

    Is this the Adafruit one? https://www.adafruit.com/product/4311

    Which version of Teensyduino do you have installed? If the most recent, than I believe the support that @mjs513 and I did to...
  4. Don't see it any any of the Teensy sources? That...

    Don't see it any any of the Teensy sources? That is I did a search in Sublime text at the directory where Teensyduino is installed and only see any hits in the library openGLCD
  5. Thread: Teensy 3.6

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    As @defragster mentioned, +5v and T3.6 don't get...

    As @defragster mentioned, +5v and T3.6 don't get along very well...

    Hard to say why your +5v signal gets all of the pulses, but the 3.3v signal does not. You might need to see your actual...
  6. My $.02 Allowing the board to be Cut or...

    My $.02

    Allowing the board to be Cut or snapped:

    Having it, such that it can be cut or the like could create lots of other issues. Like, can you route this board in such a way that only those...
  7. Sorry, I will throw out a few things here, but...

    Sorry, I will throw out a few things here, but not sure anything will help here or not.

    First here is a sketch I was playing around with earlier. If I remember correctly I am not sure if it...
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    Edit - Don't have Annie (50 pound lap dog)...

    Edit - Don't have Annie (50 pound lap dog) sitting in my lap on my arms :D

    @loglow - Thank you! Should make it a lot less error prone. Also having the option to have these parts pre-soldered...
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    Good question: I see arguments going both ways. ...

    Good question: I see arguments going both ways.
    That is most of the documents talk about GPIO1-5, the main part the you actually find more on GPIO1->GPIO6 is in the definition of the register:...
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    Yep it is a nice set of cards! Just an FYI,...

    Yep it is a nice set of cards!

    Just an FYI, for other forms of the data:
    There is a table of all of the pins in the Beta thread:...
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    Again without seeing code or the like, it sounds...

    Again without seeing code or the like, it sounds like a memory corruption issue.

    Often times this can be caused by having an array or the like before what it is you are outputting that is over...
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    Sorry I am not Paul... Hints? Not sure, I have...

    Sorry I am not Paul...

    Hints? Not sure, I have not done DMA to UARTS before, have done it for SPI, probably similar...

    One hint is to look at SPI library and you can see version that works for...
  13. I could be wrong, as I have not used one of these...

    I could be wrong, as I have not used one of these in a long while, but if you need 16 bits, you can simply use 2 of the 74hc595 to each other and connect the input of one of them to the output of the...
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    As for setup of the TPS... There are several...

    As for setup of the TPS... There are several postings on the monster thread (T4 first beta)
    There is some information from @mjs513 that was updated by @Paul in the postings starting about:...
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    Looks like you are having some fun. I enjoy...

    Looks like you are having some fun. I enjoy hacking up some of my own boards, which are only for my own Hobby usage...

    Again others will probably have different takes on how to design boards,...
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    It is unclear from me, what your issue is or may...

    It is unclear from me, what your issue is or may be. As at least to me there are a lot of unknowns.
    So sorry in advance for this throwing darts answer, but maybe one of the darts will help you...
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    Sorry it may help me and others to help you, if...

    Sorry it may help me and others to help you, if you showed a complete example, for example what are new_Th and newTS_St defined as?
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    @loglow, - Maybe it was just me, but with the...

    @loglow, - Maybe it was just me, but with the first version, I found using my 10 left thumbs, that it was hard to solder the front connector as well as the SD Card slot. Which one should you try to...
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    Not sure yet, they were sent out for fabrication...

    Not sure yet, they were sent out for fabrication on Monday, so not sure yet when they will be back. I do have one that I got direct from FRDM, which I will use to test the first of the new boards,...
  20. Sounds good - Yep it looks like some of the...

    Sounds good - Yep it looks like some of the tables I have were wrong. I updated my excel.

    Updated code to reflect and added to my open Pull Request that added T4 support for AVR register...
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    @loglow - If it would help, I would be happy to...

    @loglow - If it would help, I would be happy to try another one. It may take me a few days plus to get to soldering it. Right now waiting for parts to try assembling my breakout using the FRDM (not...
  22. @Paul and others. I just did a PR with a pass...

    @Paul and others.

    I just did a PR with a pass of the code that appears to work at least in limited tested for PORTC/B/D AVR register emulations.
    If anyone is interested Code is up at:...
  23. Again it is sort of interesting. There is some...

    Again it is sort of interesting.

    There is some on another thread this morning on someone who was able to read in 8 bits on very specific pins, but had to do some shifting and masking........
  24. Sometimes code fragments like the above it is...

    Sometimes code fragments like the above it is hard to know what the code will compile to without having any idea of some of your definitions.
    That is if you look at the code fragment:...
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    Good question: Might help to know which Teensy? ...

    Good question: Might help to know which Teensy?

    Then if I could detect when this state was happening, would probably write some code to dump out the state of some of the registers associated...
  26. There is no such thing as PORTC and PORTD on...

    There is no such thing as PORTC and PORTD on these boards (nor Teensy 3.x), they are more specifically used for emulating an 8 bit AVR processor such as used on an Arduno Uno or Mega.

    On the...
  27. Thread: A microSD puzzle

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    Again really hard to know how you have the...

    Again really hard to know how you have the hardware setup. That is you have those 4 CS pins, Do you have them with external Pull Up resistors?

    If not you need to either do that and/or you may...
  28. Hopefully it will be done in a few weeks. My...

    Hopefully it will be done in a few weeks. My strong guess is that it will be compatible with the drivers/libraries for the current Teensy 3.x boards.

    So for example for keyboard you can look at...
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    What is the difference between the two of them?...

    What is the difference between the two of them? Hard to say without looking through their reference documents. Could simply be more or less the same display but configured slightly different.
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    It might help to have a lot more details, like...

    It might help to have a lot more details, like what library are we talking about? Or sketch?
    For example I did a quick search of all of the files installed by Teensyduino for ENC_PORT and did not...
  31. Also maybe not exactly what is asked here. ...

    Also maybe not exactly what is asked here.

    There are settings for the different IO pins on how fast that pin should be run, how strong of a signal...
    Example look at the document at:...
  32. @mjs513 @MichaelMeissner, ... - Actually we all...

    @mjs513 @MichaelMeissner, ... - Actually we all did a lot of stuff and helped figure things out... With lots of hair pulling...

    One of these days I will get back to playing with it... Maybe for...
  33. Sorry, this one won't help: But on the IMXRT1062...

    Sorry, this one won't help: But on the IMXRT1062 there is an ability to read or write multiple pins at the same time using FlexIO subsystem.

    In particular you can configure it for 1 bit, 4, 8, 16,...
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    I could be wrong, but I believe for those pins...

    I could be wrong, but I believe for those pins which connect to both, it always uses the first one... i.e. the code table in analog.c does not keep mark that it can use either. But since the code...
  35. Fixed: Did PR:...

    Fixed: Did PR: https://github.com/mjs513/ILI9488_t3/pull/14
    Simply added #else case to define RAFB for boards which don't support frame buffers, so that the other API won't compile error
  36. Looks like there is probably an issue with some...

    Looks like there is probably an issue with some that should have been removed by #if type statements.

    However if whatever program your are trying to compile actually tries to use frame buffer......
  37. Hopefully someone will have the exact information...

    Hopefully someone will have the exact information you are looking for.

    Also not sure from your question what information are you really wanting or needing. For example if you are simply wanting...
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    Good morning @mjs513... Again not sure who might...

    Good morning @mjs513... Again not sure who might be interested, but I put my Excel documents up on github: https://github.com/KurtE/TeensyDocuments
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    I might need to double check my spreadsheet, but...

    I might need to double check my spreadsheet, but I have:

    Pin Name GPIO Analog
    0 AD_B0_03 1.3
    1 AD_B0_02 1.2
    2 EMC_04 4.4
    3 EMC_05 4.5
    4 EMC_06 4.6
    5 EMC_08 4.8
    6 B0_10 2.10
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    Sorry I am not an expert at all in Analog nor...

    Sorry I am not an expert at all in Analog nor work for the company... Nor know what ratiometric means or implies... Other than there is a ratio...

    But if it were me, probably the first thing I...
  41. The short answer is no. The longer answer is...

    The short answer is no.

    The longer answer is probably not. At least not in a contiguous 16 IO pins associated with one IO port.

    If you look at the section of the Processor reference manual...
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    Warning I am not an expert in Analog stuff, so...

    Warning I am not an expert in Analog stuff, so hopefully others might be able give you more complete answers.

    First thing I would suggest is to look into the ADC library: More details up at:...
  43. It should not be hard to make work for both. ...

    It should not be hard to make work for both.

    My guess is you could just change the two #ifdef statements in the header file like from:

    #ifndef __AVR__

    to something like:

    #if !DEFINED(...
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    Looks like fun, I don't have much time to...

    Looks like fun,

    I don't have much time to look at this in detail,

    But, my quick look shows that you are using the ILI9341_t3 library and it looks like your project may want as high of speed...
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    @xerox - There have been a few displays and the...

    @xerox - There have been a few displays and the like suggested here, however it is very hard for any of us to give you any complete suggestions, with as little information as you have so far...
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    Note: my quick look through the document, I only...

    Note: my quick look through the document, I only see it mention using Serial communications, so not sure if it supports Wire?

    I know that the Sparkfun Lidar Lite:...
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    There are lots of displays out there, But again...

    There are lots of displays out there, But again it may depend on what you want and how much code you wish to change.
    For example there is a whole thread (probably more than one) on the RA8875...
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    The issue with supporting different USB types on...

    The issue with supporting different USB types on the T4 is not because it can run at higher speeds like at 480mbps, it is because it is a complete different hardware and software setup for USB...
  49. Hopefully others who use MIDI and the like will...

    Hopefully others who use MIDI and the like will give you a more detailed answer.

    But I will try to give at least $.02 worth of information.

    USB on Teensy 4 - LUFA? First off, hopefully a...
  50. Just an FYI - I just pushed up an update, that I...

    Just an FYI - I just pushed up an update, that I believe makes flush work reasonably well.

    The simple version that simply waits for us to output the last byte in the queue into the shift buffer...
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