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    Is your Bournes encoder an optical quadrature...

    Is your Bournes encoder an optical quadrature encoder? In which case you might be getting the 4 phases giving one count each. The mechanical detents are also not really perfectly aligned to the...
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    Have a read in this thread . I know you are on Windows 7 but some of it might give you some pointers.
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    Remove '#include ' and try again. ...

    Remove '#include <Keyboard.h>' and try again.

    Also no need for 'Keyboard.begin()';

    That's all Arduino stuff not needed for Teensy.

    And finally: you obviously need to set USB type to...
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    I have been using it for a while and have no...

    I have been using it for a while and have no problems running in debug mode (Win 10 64bit - Teensyduino 1.42).

    What problems are you experiencing?
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    Unfortunately, some Windows apps will not display...

    Unfortunately, some Windows apps will not display each teensy with the name defined in name.c if using multiple teensys even if using different serials. Windows is not very consistent in this respect...
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    Another option would be to have your 3 teensys in...

    Another option would be to have your 3 teensys in a master-slave configuration so you only need to expose one midi device to your DAW. Please post some pictures of your project, would love to see it!
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    You need a separate entry for each profile in...

    You need a separate entry for each profile in boards.txt using a different name.

    So for example (assuming that your USB profiles referenced in #if defined(YOUR_UNIQUE_PROFILE_ID) in usb_desc.h are...
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    For Teensy 3.x, to add one or several new USB...

    For Teensy 3.x, to add one or several new USB type profiles, you basically follow the instructions found at the top of the usb_desc.h and then add a few lines in the...
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    I had similar issues on Win 10 64bit and have not...

    I had similar issues on Win 10 64bit and have not found a clear pattern yet as to when the device names are refreshed.

    What helped me in most cases is to actively delete the existing devices from...
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    Guess it depends on the project specifics and if...

    Guess it depends on the project specifics and if you need Teensy pins for other stuff as well.

    With the I2C based Adafruit breakout board you can use 4 of them setting jumpers for different I2C...
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    You could also consider adding an MPR121 to your...

    You could also consider adding an MPR121 to your circuit for touch detection. That chip offers a lot of customization and does a lot of the hard work for you in providing stable touch detection.
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    Hi Paul, not sure if you saw my post here...

    Hi Paul, not sure if you saw my post here with debug data on the Win enumeration issue.

    Also, maybe I am wrong but I think that in usb_dec.h, there seem to be two redundant endpoint definitions 7...
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    Another option is using Apa102 leds (Adafruit...

    Another option is using Apa102 leds (Adafruit call them DotStar) as they do not require interrupt disabling when using with the FastLED library and they offer a much higher refresh rate.

    For VU...
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    I don't have a Mac or Linux (might get a Mac in a...

    I don't have a Mac or Linux (might get a Mac in a month or so) but I think I might have found a cause after spending some time debugging this (I am using Microsoft's USB Device Viewer utility to view...
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    Quite a few I guess but at some point the latency...

    Quite a few I guess but at some point the latency on reading the various input button / faders will get too high depending on your use case. Also, the more you add, the more you will have to deal...
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    You can see the pin assignment here:...

    You can see the pin assignment here:
    https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/pinout.html

    Next to each pin diagram there are various colors indicating what type of "function" this pin can have. Grey fields...
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    Hi, Not sure if this belongs here on in the...

    Hi,

    Not sure if this belongs here on in the general suggestions/bugs section (I am running Teensyduino 1.42b6 on a Win10 64bit).

    I am using a custom USB device type as per the definition below...
  18. Ok thanks for the quick reply. In that case my...

    Ok thanks for the quick reply.

    In that case my approach to provide this at run time would be:
    - transfer the keyboard layout definitions of keylayouts.h into a new library
    - expose a method...
  19. How can I support multiple keyboard layouts?

    Hi,

    I am working on a Teensy 3.5 MIDI controller that sends both MIDI and keystrokes to control music software (Teensy 3.5 is set to MIDI + Keyboard device).

    Is there a simple approach (i.e....
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    One other point is to check if you are using an...

    One other point is to check if you are using an official Teensy board as some clones have issues in this respect I think.
  21. encoder library: read without disabling interrupts

    Hi,

    I would like to suggest adding a class method to the official encoder library that allows optional reading of encoders via interrupt enabled Teensy pins without globally disabling /...
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    The Teensy on the Vin pin provides the full USB...

    The Teensy on the Vin pin provides the full USB power that comes via the USB connection. So you can draw up to 500mA for USB 2.0 (minus what the Teensy and other components need).

    The issue you...
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    Non-blocking library for RGBW Neopixels

    Is there a non-blocking library option available I can use with RGBW Neopixels (i.e. LEDs that have a white LED element in addition to the 3 RGB elements)?

    I looked at the WS2812Serial and...
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    My wish list would be: - allowing multiple...

    My wish list would be:

    - allowing multiple shields to be connected also via connector instead of only vertical stacking so that you could connect MIDI controllers in a modular fashion or to cover...
  25. Hi Paul, looking at your code, am I right in...

    Hi Paul, looking at your code, am I right in assuming that it currently only supports RBG but not RGBW LEDs?

    I am using the Adafruit NeoPixel Library with encoders and the Adafruit 24 LED RGBW...
  26. Great, thanks.

    Great, thanks.
  27. Thanks GremlinWrangler for this. Very helpful and...

    Thanks GremlinWrangler for this. Very helpful and giving me good pointers to work with.

    Your point on the LEDs statistically drawing the max current during PWM pulse high is very interesting and...
  28. First project: USB power best practice help needed

    Hi,

    First post and first project. I am a novice at this. First a big thanks to Paul and team for such a great product!

    I have built a MIDI controller using a Teensy 3.5 with 10 encoders and 10...
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