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    That's rad! Thanks Gremlin.

    That's rad! Thanks Gremlin.
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    I think you're right. I am going to stop using...

    I think you're right.
    I am going to stop using <= for all of my functions. I did that because it stopped looping the function (what I want) but it seems not to be the proper way to do it.
    Gonna...
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    Yeah num_leads it's the number of leds. I want...

    Yeah num_leads it's the number of leds. I want to go with <= to stop once the entire led strip is set. If I go <, it will repeat the action indefinitely. I don't want that.

    Anyway, it's more like...
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    Hey it's me again. Everything is going pretty...

    Hey it's me again. Everything is going pretty well apart 1 issue I can't understand.

    I made a function to generate random lighted dots. Here:

    void yotrandom(int r, int g, int b) {
    for (int...
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    Thank you again guys. RGB calibration is done....

    Thank you again guys. RGB calibration is done. AGND is solded. Everything is going well!
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    Ok now it's working! I cut Vin from VUSB as...

    Ok now it's working!

    I cut Vin from VUSB as shown here: https://forum.pjrc.com/threads/19228-confused-again-Cutting-VIN-from-VUSB-Teensy-3-0?p=44024#post44024. My Teensy is no longer powered via...
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    Thank you very much Markonian. I'll do that too....

    Thank you very much Markonian. I'll do that too. Going to work on that today (pacific time). I'll keep you posted!
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    Thanks Michael, I'm going to check this! ...

    Thanks Michael, I'm going to check this!
    @Gremlin, I'm using a separate 5V 10A Power supply.
    @Markonian: As I said, the code is the Fastled Blink example you can find in the Examples of the...
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    Teensy 3.2 + FastLed + LPD8806

    Hi guys,

    I recently bought a Teensy 3.2 to make my LPD8806 do crazy things I use to do easily with my Arduino Uno. Unfortunately, I can't make it work correctly.
    I'm simply trying the Fastled...
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