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    Re: Simple Computer Question

    I've never seem anything like that. I hate the new interface for office since 2010 I think. I've been using OpenOffice (free) and I like it much better than MS Office. It reads / writes Office...
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    Re: What about a Buy a project page?

    Well I for one feel good if I can help someone. Others have helped me so I owe them or visa-versa. Some here are retired and have the time to help more than others and they too enjoy it. Some times...
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    Re: Android-PIC via blue tooth

    Thank you John. It has been awhile since I looked in depth at it. I thought it looked like a full port by looking at the .inc's but now reading these posts it seems its only the HID part. I guess I...
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    Re: Simple Computer Question

    Hi bill, I tried Classic Shell awhile ago but it wasn't from MS. Is there more than one named that?

    Thanks
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    Re: Simple Computer Question

    hummm IE 10.... I must say I haven't used IE for years except to download FireFox or Chrome on a new OS. The programs I talked about will not help that problem.

    Good luck
    Doug
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    Re: Android-PIC via blue tooth

    Tim maybe you can answer this. It has to do with the new USB stack port in PDS. Is it the full 100% port of MC stack? If so then interfacing to B4A should be do-able if not simple. If its just the...
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    Re: Android-PIC via blue tooth

    Just got an email there is a new version of B4A. here is the link to the improvements.


    http://www.basic4ppc.com/forum/basic4android-updates-questions/29170-basic4android-v2-70-released.html</pre>
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    Re: Android-PIC via blue tooth

    No problem Tim. I think you will have no problem with it. They have some great libraries and lots of support. I've written a dozen or so apps in it interfacing to PIC's. I've found using Bluetooth...
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    Re: Android-PIC via blue tooth

    I found the code on my home pc. I've attached the project

    Doug1851
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    Re: Android-PIC via blue tooth

    Joseph,

    I'll send you my B4A code when I get back to work monday. As far as the PIC code I didn't use PDS for that but it's a simple matter of using Hserin /out.
    If I forget please remind me.
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    Re: Simple Computer Question

    I understand and your correct. My wife and kids have it on laptops and I've noticed they all act different using the track pad, drivers I'd guess but that's a manufactures problem not windows. If...
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    Re: Simple Computer Question

    I guess I just don't get it. It only takes a few minutes to get used to win8. Win 8 is very little different than win7 except the stupid start screen which takes about 5 seconds to get rid of (search...
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    Android-PIC via blue tooth

    If anyone here uses the andriod compiler Basic 4 android (B4A) I have some code that interfaces to a PIC via Blue Tooth. If anyone want to write Andriod apps B4A is very good and doesn't cost very...
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    Re: New USB HID Wizard

    I had the same confusions at first also.
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    Re: New USB HID Wizard

    Dick, Here is code I use using the new usb stack. Its from a data collection program. I cut most of it out except the usb stuff.

    Maybe it will help you.


    Device = 18F4550
    Xtal = 48 'actual...
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    Re: New USB HID Wizard

    Dick, My comment was in no way directed to you. My point is don't rely on wizards always. All of us started as hobbyists or not knowing much of anything. I also wanted to state why Les, in my...
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    Re: New USB HID Wizard

    I'm not sure what to say about this. I have not even tried the wizard but I do use the "new" USB stack all the time and I for one like it very much. As most of you all know I was one of the first to...
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    Re: New tool: USB HID Description Wizard

    I posted all this stuff months ago, last year sometime after it first came out along with sample code and errors in the descriptor. The 'USB HID Descriptor wizard" sounds interesting. Thanks

    Doug
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    Re: LCD_DTPin

    Here is a very simple sample I can't get to work. Its driving me nuts as its so simple.

    PDS ver 3.5.5.1


    Device = 18F4520

    Config_Start
    OSC = HS ;HS oscillator
    FCMEN = OFF ...
  20. Thread: LCD_DTPin

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    Re: LCD_DTPin

    Joseph, Thanks I've tried that and it still doesn't work. I see it should work.. I know the LCD is ok because if I use a different compiler it works ok.


    Declare LCD_Type 0 ' Alpha-Type
    Declare...
  21. Thread: LCD_DTPin

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    Re: LCD_DTPin

    Bob, That's how I read it also but it doesn't seem to work that way. I have two dev boards one has LCD data one pins 4-7 and it works fine with DTPin portb.4 the other has data pins on 0-3 and it...
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    Re: Buffered_Hserin

    If I use a string array it works ok I just wonder how that fits in with the buffer that only needs one byte.

    Next Whats wrong with this?

    HSerIn 100,main, [Str txt, dutymode, relaymode, ...
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    Buffered_Hserin

    The buffered Hserin works great but I do have one problem, maybe I just don't understand.

    In the following example tmp is defined as a byte. As it should if I send "ABCD" from a terminal and send...
  24. Thread: LCD_DTPin

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    LCD_DTPin

    I have a devlopment board that has the LCD hard wired to portB 0-3 There doesn't seem to be any way using the LCD declares to use pins 0-3. The LCD_DTPin only has two choices PortX.4 for 4 line and...
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    Re: Proton24 as Open Source software - discussion

    I guess I do not understand. Why do you need a pic 18f to interface to a pic24. I assume to compiler will be mplab so a pickit or icd2-3 interfaces directly. I must be missing something. I've never...
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    Re: HID USB and Android B4A

    Some times I wish I would have learned Delphi years ago. It seems it does about everything in one package. I'm just too old and have too much time invested in in other compilers. If I was just...
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    Re: Proton24 as Open Source software - discussion

    It is great to see development in this area. I do use the Pic24 as well as dsPic's and would like to see a 'PDS like' compiler *(Compiler is not the correct word but you know what I mean). Yes there...
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    Re: HID USB and Android B4A

    Thanks Gabi. Yes so far I really like B4A. I just wish I had more time to get used to it. Looking at the USB lib some more it shouldn't be too hard.

    Thanks
    Doug
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    HID USB and Android B4A

    I have a number of devices built using PDS that have an HID interface. Along with that go the PC apps for control and / or data collection. Over the last 6 months every tech in the shop has been...
  30. Thread: PDS USB stack

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    Re: PDS USB stack

    John,
    I'll write something up when I get a chance. I kink of want to wait so I can also post the info on using the Windows HID.DLL to interface to HID also.

    Doug
  31. Thread: PDS USB stack

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    Re: PDS USB stack-- working code

    Tim, other than what I posted a couple posts ago that does bi-directional comms I can't help much. I'm still working on the PC side getting windows HID.dll working. I've been really sick the last few...
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    Re: USB code HID Stack

    Dave-S, I posted an example to do what your looking for at http://www.protonbasic.co.uk/showthread.php/68084-PDS-USB-stack

    As far as I know there is no documentation as of a few weeks ago....
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    Re: USB Drscriptor changes in the 3.5.5.x PDS

    Joe, Thank and I agree

    Doug
  34. Thread: SPI Macro

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    Re: SPI Macro

    I agree SPI is so easy to use no macro is needed. That said, At one time it was part of PDS but not supported. Your really better off not using them their really for Amicus18 and to "wet your feet"...
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    Re: USB Drscriptor changes in the 3.5.5.x PDS

    Tim, thank you. I've (with ElectroArtS help) gotten the new USB stack that Les ported from Michrochip to work and I must say it is great. It in the \\sample\new samples dir. This solves many many...
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