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    Re: TFT LCD ILI9340 controller

    Hi Norm, Thanks for replying, but I am confused - I'm not seeking the compiler software, I have it already. I need help getting started with the ILI9340 controller using Proton.
    I checked what you...
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    Re: TFT LCD ILI9340 controller

    Do you know where on the Amicus site I can find it?
    Unfortunately I found nothing on either the Proton site or the Amicus site. The search function ignores terms like TFT ILI and LCD & makes it a...
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    TFT LCD ILI9340 controller

    Hi,
    I just got several 2.2inch color TFT LCD's from adafruit : http://www.adafruit.com/products/1480#Description
    They are nice little displays & I have a project that I wish to upgrade to using...
  4. GLCD issue when PIC 18F8722 is clocked above 8MHZ

    The problem seems to be that when I clock the PIC beyond 4mhz, it's talking too quickly to the GLCD.
    The higher the PIC clock speed, the more garbled the display. beyond 8mhz and it is absolutely...
  5. Re: 18F8722 proper config to make pins all digital for GLCD on portD

    PortD features an external memory bus controller and it is enabled by default.
    setting MEMCON.7 to 1 disabled the bus and enabled digital IO for the port.
  6. 18F8722 proper config to make pins all digital for GLCD on portD

    I am trying to use my GLCD on portD, with its control pins on portE
    There is no data printing to the display and using the o-scope I see that there is no data signals going through portD.
    I suspect...
  7. use Proton IDE and Amicus IDE simultaneously or just use amicus in proton?

    Is there a way to get the Amicus IDE and the Proton IDE to be opened at the same time? I am working on a project that uses both Amicus and Proton. It is a waste of time to constantly close out one to...
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    Re: Thread went all cookoo after I posted

    Hi Lester, thank you for fixing the link. I hope other Linux users will find that useful.
    Regards,
    Jon
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    Re: Linux

    Here is a new link to the INF attachment
    Due to a formatting issue with my old post, the old link became invalid.

    Regards,
    Jon
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    Re: Thread went all cookoo after I posted

    Hi Lester, how do I change the wiki and my posts to link to the new attachment? Or do you do that?
    Regards,
    Jon
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    Re: Thread went all cookoo after I posted

    Hi Les,
    Here is the attachment.
    Thanks
    Jon
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    Re: Thread went all cookoo after I posted

    I noticed that the link in the linux article and the post for the modified inf file doesn't work now, Should I upload it again, or can you re link it?
    Jon
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    Re: Thread went all cookoo after I posted

    Thanks Les, sorry for the trouble. I'm not sure how that css code got in there..
    Jon
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    Re: Thread went all cookoo after I posted

    Yea, I edited it twice - trying to find a / or " or [] in the wrong place but it looks fine.:confused:
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    Thread went all cookoo after I posted

    Hi guys,
    I just posted here:
    http://www.picbasic.org/showthread.php/51115-Linux?p=447848&viewfull=1#post447848

    then the whole page went funky. I tried viewing it with different computers, Xp &...
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    Re: Linux

    I have spent hours trying to get VMWare and/or VirtualBox to use the sparkey dongle. It has been the same old story about "A Service installation section on this INF is invalid" on both...
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    18LF14K50 Sample Config

    Hi , I can only get the portA.4 and A.5 pins to go high and low.
    Can somebody share their config settings to make "ALL_DIGITAL = true" functionality?


    To get this pic to work at all, I used the...
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    Thanks for clearing that up. In this case, I...

    Thanks for clearing that up.
    In this case, I was just testing what happens to things when I interrupt them. for example, Say I have a HW interrupt use the sound command every .5 seconds, and then...
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    Does Proton use certain timers internally

    Hi, Does rsin use a hardware timer?
    Does Proton use certain timers internally and such that I should know about?
    I am asking because I think I saw somewhere that says Proton does. and then if I...
  20. Thread: Is it me or PDS?

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    Hi Paul, I don't have a scope but have been...

    Hi Paul, I don't have a scope but have been looking for one.
    do you think this would be sufficient for pic-related needs:...
  21. Thread: Is it me or PDS?

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    I meant to include my compiler versions: I have...

    I meant to include my compiler versions:
    I have tested the I2C and GLCD problems with vers 3.4.08 and 3.2.5.5.
    Jon
  22. Thread: Is it me or PDS?

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    Is it me or PDS?

    I have been using PDS for five years now and most of the time I am only using the 8 mhz internal OSC. Proton was a wise choice that took me 2 weeks to make.

    Last year I started using 10 and 12 MHZ...
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    Hi Muskut, does this help? Dim ActivePort...

    Hi Muskut,
    does this help?



    Dim ActivePort As Byte
    Dim TempByte As Byte
    DelayMS 2000

    HRSOut 12,"Probing Ports",10,13
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    Great! I don't mind dabbling with assembly - a...

    Great! I don't mind dabbling with assembly - a bit..
    It seems that Proton has no impossibilities. Proton is like a new toy every day, but without people like you who take the time to explain, I...
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    Thanks, that was really helpful. I thought that...

    Thanks, that was really helpful.
    I thought that the command:

    servo (PORTB >>ServoDeviceVariable) & 1,750
    might magically shift the value of ServoDeviceVariable against portb to make it be...
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    Can I choose a port.pin from a variable?

    I am trying to make a command line interface on a 18F PIC and would like to selectively drive servos from a variable, like this:

    SelectedServoDevice = 3
    servo PORTB.SelectedServoDevice,750

    It...
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    Hi, thanks for the replies, What I meant was...

    Hi, thanks for the replies,
    What I meant was that I am trying to store a string of data into the eeprom and then compare it with a variable. Sort of like treating a eeprom string as a normal...
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    It would but I wanted store the commands in...

    It would but I wanted store the commands in eeprom instead of program memory.
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    There is a way to do it by transferring the...

    There is a way to do it by transferring the eeprom data to a variable first and then comparing the variable with command:

    --
    dim TempSTR as string * 20

    hrsin Command
    TempSTR = estr smile
    if...
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    evaluating eeprom strings

    I thought I'd save some program space by using the EEPROM but this method won't work.

    device pic18f4620
    Dim command As String * 20

    smile edata "SmileCommand",0
    frown edata "FrownCommand",0...
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    Sorry, this was meant to be posted in the proton...

    Sorry, this was meant to be posted in the proton development suite wish list..
    double numb-skull. Maybe I'd better get reading glasses:cool:
    Jon
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    Support for PIC 18F26J50 ?

    I had a numb-skull moment and ordered 5 of unsupported PIC: 18F26J50
    Could I make a definition file for it from the supported pic 18F26J11.def file or is there a better way maybe?
    Thanks,
    Jon
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    One variable that hasn't changed is the solder...

    One variable that hasn't changed is the solder that I used when I soldered the male pins to each of the 2 GLCD's.
    I suppose that I could suck off the old solder and use a different solder but I...
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    I thought I'd give you an update regarding this...

    I thought I'd give you an update regarding this GLCD,
    It is a model CFAG12864A-CFH-TA from Crystalfontz.com
    I would recommend against buying it unless you only want to run it slowly.
    ...
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    Hi guys, attached are 2 photos of the...

    Hi guys, attached are 2 photos of the manufacturing error. it was barely visible to the eye but with the camera you can see it clearly. notice the quality control sticker!:(
    I'm surprised that it...
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