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  1. In AVR stuff you could set the exerted pin state...

    In AVR stuff you could set the exerted pin state (low or high) before selecting exertion (pinmode OUTPUT) - I wonder if 'pinMode' clears the state if you digitalwrite[fast] a high and then set the...
  2. When I initially wrote it I thought that testing...

    When I initially wrote it I thought that testing and debugging would corner me into disabling interrupts and storing mTimer.value, to return with after re-enabling interrupts, but it never became an...
  3. It is a while since I touched this much, I have...

    It is a while since I touched this much, I have lifted it out of a complete program which I am not at liberty to share in whole and I haven't tried to compile this copy so I apologise if it isn't as...
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    Unless I have missed something about the LC; that...

    Unless I have missed something about the LC; that is not a reset button, it is a reprogram button and when you press it the LC will go into a non-responsive looking mode until either the teensy...
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    expected: Serial device (including, certainly not...

    expected: Serial device (including, certainly not limited to, another Teensy) connected to the appropriate pins on Teensy AND transmitting appropriately.
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    Try connecting the module's '5V' pin to the 3.3V...

    Try connecting the module's '5V' pin to the 3.3V pin on the Teensy LC instead - this should bring the 'resting' reading much closer to 511, the 'minimum' figure will very likely reduce but it should...
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    while (!Serial) ; waiting for a serial...

    while (!Serial) ;

    waiting for a serial connection. Won't happen without connecting to PC via USB. Look at post #4 by defragster a bit longer.
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    sorry, had a squiz at the circuit and just did...

    sorry, had a squiz at the circuit and just did not look at those (glaringly obvious) 2k2 resistors clear as crystal on the schematic - that I2C library enables the pullups on the I2C pins on the MCU...
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    The I2C library uses the internal pull-ups in...

    The I2C library uses the internal pull-ups in Teensy's processor - effectively plug and play.
  10. My LC, one of the first batch afaik, ran your...

    My LC, one of the first batch afaik, ran your sketch with expected result; sequentially every 1/4 second no misses - maybe your LC is defective?
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    https://github.com/FrankBoesing/Arduino-Teensy3-Fl...

    https://github.com/FrankBoesing/Arduino-Teensy3-Flash/blob/master/examples/LockoutReadBack/lockoutReadBack.ino

    All in Frank's library for a while now......
  12. Thread: Audio Library

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    Hey nhk, I have an old pull request in on Paul's...

    Hey nhk, I have an old pull request in on Paul's work on github that does that, you might be able to find it, might even be able to egg Paul into accepting it although it would probably be a bigger...
  13. Are you still subscribed to this thread kpc? I...

    Are you still subscribed to this thread kpc?

    I hope you are well. I also hope I can be forgiven for being basically completely off topic here.

    Drop us a line mate. I am not the only one who...
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    lol, good one mate - I can access my cats, and...

    lol, good one mate - I can access my cats, and other peoples dogs, easier than a bunyip so I will hug my cats and tell them that you love them ;) (:p)

    Thanks for playing :D



    I might have an...
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    Go figure that seemingly half of my top ten...

    Go figure that seemingly half of my top ten favorite posters here decide to reassure, as publicly as I decided to make attempt to apologise, me so kindly :D

    Thanks guys, I am very glad to (at...
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    hmmm. OK. Clearly I done it wrong then - the fact...

    hmmm. OK. Clearly I done it wrong then - the fact that I feel strong enough to apologise is (imho, at least) fair indicator that I am practically completely recovered from whatever detailed...
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    Last of my public apologies, pretty sure.

    EDIT: Sorry, below is obviously not well written - I am OK, if I was still at my weakest I would still just be staying away (basically). - BUT, thanks for being concerned; honestly - I have been well...
  18. oh, just noticed that I managed to link the same...

    oh, just noticed that I managed to link the same page twice, I was trying to link the two I linked and the GUI: http://www.pjrc.com/teensy/gui/
  19. I had a flick through the obvious places for this...

    I had a flick through the obvious places for this to be stated ( http://www.pjrc.com/teensy/td_libs_Audio.html http://www.pjrc.com/teensy/td_libs_AudioConnection.html...
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    Yeah, when I say nuke like that I do mean your...

    Yeah, when I say nuke like that I do mean your interpretation - it may be that the uninstall option is there, it may only be offering 'remove' or similar; take the strongest form you can find...
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    While a Teensy is plugged in you may be able to...

    While a Teensy is plugged in you may be able to nuke the driver in 'Device Manager'; if you can boot into safe mode and access the device manager you may be able to find and nuke it without having to...
  22. It won't have less lag no matter how well you cut...

    It won't have less lag no matter how well you cut out the keyboard and mouse stuff mate - no quicker will it anything about it be.
  23. You should not have to go to HID level if all you...

    You should not have to go to HID level if all you are really doing is a reasonably straightforward joystick - Tools->USB Type->*Pick one with Joystick*

    Beauty of "Keyboard + Mouse + Joystick" is...
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    Did you try just compiling GGmmGG's sketch above...

    Did you try just compiling GGmmGG's sketch above and testing that? If so I am reasonably convinced that your wiring must be a little off or something.

    Your post does not indicate that you are...
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    Good on you GGmmGG, very sporting of you indeed :)

    Good on you GGmmGG, very sporting of you indeed :)
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    Realterm has functionality to send 'any file'...

    Realterm has functionality to send 'any file' over any serial connection you establish with it, assuming you can stand to use Windows coz I haven't seen a Linux port; should probably admit that I...
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    1) looks like you just 'shoved' a series of...

    1) looks like you just 'shoved' a series of usbMIDI send commands into your sketch, just after the loop() function - if you move them into the loop function it may compile but it will still fail.
    ...
  28. If you promise yourself that Teensy will never...

    If you promise yourself that Teensy will never ever be connected to both simultaneously (not even accidentally when you have been drinking or something) then you can probably get away with leaving...
  29. I think I might Paul; I suppose just my guess...

    I think I might Paul; I suppose just my guess being that what LERAY is asking is for somebody to modify play_sd_wav.cpp/h not only enough to allow starting playback at a given time position in the...
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    Yes, just the momentary pushbutton connection to...

    Yes, just the momentary pushbutton connection to ground is all you need to add to have 'reset' functionality in your project.

    by memory the bootloader chip is using an internal pull-up on the...
  31. You can check 'Thread Tools', towards right of...

    You can check 'Thread Tools', towards right of light grey bar just under the main thread title, for 'mark thread as solved' (or some similar) and click it if it is there in the installation of this...
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    You need to tie their grounds together if they...

    You need to tie their grounds together if they connect in any other way - the only way you can dodge connecting their grounds, if you want them to communicate with each other, is if you use proper...
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    I can't see where this got corrected so I better...

    I can't see where this got corrected so I better correct myself this time: Pulling reset low halts the processor, releasing (or driving back high) the reset line will cause the processor to restart.
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    Answering #2 first: Provided you connect...

    Answering #2 first: Provided you connect correctly, yes, you can wire your own USB connection using those pads. Pretty sure 5th line is effectively for (at least simile of) chassis GND but I should...
  35. lol, I spose I type too fast: I just type CODE...

    lol, I spose I type too fast: I just type
    CODE HERE and, for anyone interested, I get the PHP to ignore it by wrapping the whole thing with [noparse] pseudo-tags (an unmatched tag will just display...
  36. What I asked you to do in my previous post would...

    What I asked you to do in my previous post would establish that your Teensy is functional, executing the sketch, and still able to communicate via USB - keeping it connected to everything you...
  37. This question will attract better answers if you...

    This question will attract better answers if you specify which wifi or ethernet device/module you are going to use to communicate via a network like that.
  38. Good to see I am not the only one who misses...

    Good to see I am not the only one who misses relevant details in such posts, so, it works fine with an example, good.

    I reformatted your code to make it easier to hand parse - would you remove...
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    @mxxx: I was talking about the field of...

    @mxxx: I was talking about the field of amplifying signals and I was probably being silly (hardly a 'first time' if so) - just the DC blocking capacitor and a little other mitigation and it is...
  40. I'll apologise I didn't read your post well...

    I'll apologise I didn't read your post well enough to go ahead and try a reply; PC side you have far greater speed and very likely much bigger buffers, Teensy side it isn't wise to rely very much on...
  41. if you break the larger data into 588...

    if you break the larger data into 588 (reasonably) equal packets and then PC sends 1 byte of data to Teensy and Teensy responds with 192K/588 bytes back and when PC has those it sends the 1 byte...
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    Opamp based circuits have a problem in this field...

    Opamp based circuits have a problem in this field as far as I am concerned: All too easy to get the big voltage(s) all the way back to the MCU (mitigating this is more actives than should be needed...
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    Very welcome. Re: Mouse movement speed; In the...

    Very welcome.

    Re: Mouse movement speed; In the last batch of code look for
    int responseDelay = 20; // response delay of the mouse, in ms
    // I made responseDelay bigger, maybe I should not...
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    It will probably help whoever is going to end up...

    It will probably help whoever is going to end up helping you the most with this if you post the batch of code you are compiling for this and if you have wired any connections on Teensy (not just USB...
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    A reasonably basic class B amplifier (...

    A reasonably basic class B amplifier ( http://sub.allaboutcircuits.com/images/quiz/00972x01.png ) circuit can be deployed to boost Teensy 3.1 0V to 3.3V DAC output to -10V to +10V range but you have...
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    Try this; whether or not it does any nearer what...

    Try this; whether or not it does any nearer what you want, I am very tempted to write a complete sketch up for you to play with.
    #include <Bounce.h>

    /// Define Pins
    const int startEmulation = 2;...
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    This is not directly compilable and I have not...

    This is not directly compilable and I have not followed all your names nor used your readAxis function but I think this will give you more desirable control over the mouse cursor using the stick.

    ...
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    OK, so it is Adafruit's example. Open Arduino...

    OK, so it is Adafruit's example. Open Arduino (which has been 'fitted' with a recent Teensyduino) and go to "File->Examples->ILI9341_T3" to find the example again but this time using a version of the...
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    Is this happening with code you wrote? An...

    Is this happening with code you wrote? An example? Being that I cannot see the code I am going to conclude that there must be a mistake in the code.

    Did you notice the forum rule above?
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    Looks to me like it should work - I haven't...

    Looks to me like it should work - I haven't hardware configured the way you have so I cannot be 'that sure'. To be surer than I was at first it was easier to have something auto-format the code; I...
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