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  1. Thanks, Robin. It's great to see it on your blog.

    Thanks, Robin. It's great to see it on your blog.
  2. [posted] Vortex Manipulator (wrist mounted Teensy 3.2)

    Wrist mounted touch screen with Teensy 3.2 and various other things (clock, heart rate monitor, compass, dalek detector...)
    It was originally inspired by the Vortex Manipulator worn by Captain Jack...
  3. I restored some backups and went back to 1.8.3...

    I restored some backups and went back to 1.8.3 which is working fine.
    But thanks for the responses, guys.
  4. Problem installing teensyduino on Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS

    It was running just fine even after the Linux upgrade but I was messing about with my libraries and screwed up something, thought it best to just install the latest Arduino and latest Teensydunino....
  5. I see Jante has released a new version (3.0) and...

    I see Jante has released a new version (3.0) and it looks better than the previous one, which I gave up on.
    One thing I cannot figure out is how to tell it about teensy boards. There are two...
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    Well, this is awkward. I had a 2.8" ILI9325...

    Well, this is awkward. I had a 2.8" ILI9325 screen from Adafruit working on a Teensy 3.0 a couple of years back. I just tried to rebuild the code for that and I seem to have lost some files....
  7. @duff: cool. Thanks again.

    @duff: cool. Thanks again.
  8. Heh. I need something a bit simpler, but thanks...

    Heh. I need something a bit simpler, but thanks for coming back so fast. :)
    My particular case only needs one pin for the wakeup, I don't need RTC or Touch or any of the other options. I figured I'd...
  9. @froeber Did you verify these? I'm interested...

    @froeber

    Did you verify these? I'm interested in using pin 26 but it isn't working for me. I copied one of duff's deepsleep examples and it uses pin 22 and that works just fine. But shifting it to...
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    I've built this now, and I'm feeling very pleased...

    I've built this now, and I'm feeling very pleased with myself, even though I screwed up one thing. I've gon into some tedious detail on my blog because this is the first SMD thing I've ever done:...
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    Hey, good advice, Headroom, thanks. My boards are...

    Hey, good advice, Headroom, thanks. My boards are in progress at OSH Park, so I'll live with the result. But next time around I'll know.
    I'd rather not mess with Gerber files, or not yet anyway, so...
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    Hey, good advice, Headroom, thanks. My boards are...

    Hey, good advice, Headroom, thanks. My boards are in progress at OSH Park, so I'll live with the result. But next time around I'll know.
    I'd rather not mess with Gerber files, or not yet anyway, so...
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    I'm finding Eagle okay, actually, though I've not...

    I'm finding Eagle okay, actually, though I've not tried the others. I figure if other people can make it work I ought to be able to.
    Also, the alternative suggestions above don't run native under...
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    All looks good advice, thanks. I appreciate the...

    All looks good advice, thanks. I appreciate the help and I feel I am learning heaps.
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    I've updated the design a little, mostly picking...

    I've updated the design a little, mostly picking some better parts and also adding a voltage divider to feed a voltage into pin 14/A0 of the teensy.
    The idea there is to give me a way to measure the...
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    Thanks, Paul. I will be initerested in seeing...

    Thanks, Paul. I will be initerested in seeing that new board, though I don't have an immediate need for Ethernet.
    And yes I did understand that the design of the old board was for the Teensy 2.0...
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    ...but the Sparkfun button seems to be...

    ...but the Sparkfun button seems to be TACTILE_SWITCH_SMD/TAC_SWITCHSMD, it is the same one as used on the Arduino Pro Mini so I grabbed the Eagle files for that and checked the button. So I'm good....
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    Not the advice I wanted, but it is the advice I...

    Not the advice I wanted, but it is the advice I needed. :)
    Okay, I will get looking at the docs and tutorials. I'm learning a lot anyway.
    Thanks
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    "buck-boost" ah, wish I had known that term a...

    "buck-boost" ah, wish I had known that term a few days ago. I knew something like this existed, didn't know what to call it and spent hours going down ratholes. I guess I did learn a few things...
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    If I'm flashing then yes it is connected to the...

    If I'm flashing then yes it is connected to the PC and then the power will connect from Vusb to Vin. No problem there.
    The project will normally be battery powered, but switched off when not in use...
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    Thanks for that. Yes, I can see the mistake on...

    Thanks for that. Yes, I can see the mistake on pin 14 now. So the SD wiring looks otherwise correct, excellent news.
    re #2 the second design does use the USB to power the teensy if it is there. It...
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    I've done some more work on this today. There's...

    I've done some more work on this today. There's nothing like explaining what you're doing to get things moving along, even without any replies yet. This is the new schematic. It has Constantine's...
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    Teensy3 piggyback board

    Here's what I would like to build: a piggy back board for the Teensy3 which holds a microSD and a lipo charger circuit that feeds the Teensy3 with enough power (around 3.7-3.9 volts as measured in my...
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    That worked, thanks. I had been staring at the...

    That worked, thanks. I had been staring at the class defs and not looking at the way I was invoking them.
    I need to re-learn all that pointer stuff in C++. Java has spoiled me.
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    Virtual functions on Teensy3

    Has anyone tried overiding inherited virtual functions on the Teensy3?
    This is my code:
    class App {
    public:
    virtual ~App() {};
    virtual void init() { Serial.println("App::init()"); };
    App()...
  26. They do have two constructors on the SSD1306...

    They do have two constructors on the SSD1306 library, but the other constructor is for the I2C option. I2C works fine when I solder the jumpers as instructed by their tutorial.
    The SPI constructor...
  27. Thanks, Paul. I found information on the Adafruit...

    Thanks, Paul. I found information on the Adafruit forum that confirms your view that is isn't using 'real' SPI at all.
    So the rule is that when a library takes that approach I need to avoid sharing...
  28. Thanks, DeweyOxberger. You've confirmed that it...

    Thanks, DeweyOxberger. You've confirmed that it ought to work and what you say about the highs and lows is convincing.
    The LCD CS is specified by OLED_CS and passed into the display class at...
  29. Thanks for the reply. I changed the program...

    Thanks for the reply. I changed the program around to write to the LCD then init the SD all in setup()
    Then I added some more code to loop() to make it clearer that it was writing to the LCD.
    The...
  30. I simplified this down to isolate the problem and...

    I simplified this down to isolate the problem and I put it back onto the Teensy 2.0 because, after all, that is where I need to end up.
    So here is the complete sketch from the Arduino IDE (no...
  31. Can we run multiple SPI devices on a Teensy++ 2.0?

    Can we run multiple SPI devices on a Teensy++ 2.0? Here is what I'm doing:
    1) an SD card with its CS on pin 20
    2) a tiny LCD from Adafruit (http://www.adafruit.com/products/326) with its CS on pin...
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    That link is useful Michael. I'm starting to...

    That link is useful Michael. I'm starting to remember some of this, I used it when I was doing assembly code in the early '80s, similar notation anyway. I found the definition of the nvic_table, that...
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    Yes, touch was quite simple, I got it working...

    Yes, touch was quite simple, I got it working yesterday. I modified the pins a little to consolidate things and leave me some spare analog pins so my pins are on:
    #define YM 4 // can be a digital...
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    Let's see if I can help. I'm still at the...

    Let's see if I can help. I'm still at the 'blindly follow the examples and hope like hell' stage of this, but I took a look at the ld files for teensy3 and for Stellaris. I'm assuming you have the...
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    Hey this is excellent! I just got my teensy3...

    Hey this is excellent!
    I just got my teensy3 displaying the graphicstest on my LCD. Your description here of how to do it was just fine, though it took me a couple of tries to get the wiring right...
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    This worked just fine for me, so it must be a...

    This worked just fine for me, so it must be a really good guide :)
    I did one thing different, I ignored the 3.3v thing and just hooked up the +5V on the MicroSD adapter to the Teensy3 Vin and this...
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    I've been setting up a TI Stellaris boad which...

    I've been setting up a TI Stellaris boad which has an ARM Cortex-M4 80MHz chip on it rather than the ARM Cortex-M4 40MHz on the Teensy3.
    It supports JTAG nicely, ie I can drive it from Eclipse, set...
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    I just worked through Nassa's guide and it works...

    I just worked through Nassa's guide and it works for me.
    A couple of changes to share though because I'm running on Ubuntu I used ARM Sourcery rather than Yagarto.
    Also I'm still using Indigo so...
  39. I think I have this solved. I stopped using...

    I think I have this solved.
    I stopped using teensy_reboot and changed to the cli so my command is now:
    ${AVRDUDEPATH}/teensy_loader_cli -mmcu=${AVRTARGETMCU} -v -w...
  40. Using Eclipse to upload to a Teensy++2.0?

    I suspect the kind of Teensy 2 doesn't matter but what I am using today is a teensy++2.0
    I have my Eclipse environment all set up to build the hex file (which looks successful) and at the end my...
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