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    Re: Simple cheap dev board needed

    Tim,

    Just so you know.......

    "Please note that the Firewing USB drivers do not currently work with Windows 10."


    Quote taken from the the web page pointed to by your second link.

    Bob
  2. Thread: Chip needed

    by Mellbreak
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    Re: Chip needed

    This link might prove useful Charlie.



    http://embedded-lab.com/blog/high-voltage-seven-segment-led-display-driver-with-spi-interface




    Bob
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    Sticky: Re: Donations to Les Johnson

    On the free version of the compiler, would it be possible to launch a window at startup which asks for a donation and shows a donate button? The window could remain visible say for 15 - 20 seconds...
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    Re: Custom programmer entry

    From the top left of the editor window choose View\Compile and Program Options

    Bob
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    Sticky: Re: Donations to Les Johnson

    I suspect any amount would be gratefully received George. It will all help to keep Proton alive.
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    Re: Support for Les... a change of heart?

    Perhaps this thread needs to be made "sticky". Bob
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    Re: Support for Les... a change of heart?

    Me too John. I was just about to make a donation and thought I'd better wait for Les to confirm it's really him. I bought Proton many years ago and haven't paid a penny towards the many upgrades....
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    Re: What a great compiler Proton is.

    Some of you, I'm sure, will be interested in this posting on Facebook....

    http://www.facebook.com/groups/1044161729029932/


    Unfortunately, you may need a FB to see it.


    Cheers,
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    Re: BME280 Humidity/Pressure/Temperature code

    Hi Bob,

    The BME280 should do SPI although I haven't tried it myself. Some boards only bring out the I2C connections, others do both. I might buy one that offers SPI to play with.

    Cheers,

    Bob
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    Re: BME280 Humidity/Pressure/Temperature code

    Festive greetings to all! I've been following this thread but, until now, have not had time to try and find out what's going on. As far as I can tell the problem is that BMP280s are being sold as...
  11. Thread: Free money

    by Mellbreak
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    Re: Free money

    My pleasure George. Best wishes to you too!
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    Re: Help Wanted !

    If I can help Lester ....
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    Re: BME280 Humidity/Pressure/Temperature code

    Hi superdat,

    I've just been looking at the BME280 datasheet. It would seem that you may be able to use your BME280 with I2C. SDI becomes SDA (I2C) and SCK becomes SCL (I2C). Depending on your...
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    Re: BME280 Humidity/Pressure/Temperature code

    Can you post your code please?
  15. Re: Trying to identify and connect OLED module

    Evening George,

    I've been playing around with these OLEDs for a while now. It seems that you have one of the "posh" versions which has both the SPI and I2C ( the controller offers both) interfaces...
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    Re: What is the fuss about arduino

    Quite agree John. After all it's in everyone's interest that Proton continues to be developed and supported.

    Bob
  17. Thread: Labels:

    by Mellbreak
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    Re: Labels:

    Nice one Norm!
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    [SOLVED !] Re: Can't upgrade my compiler

    There seems to be a problem with Internet Explorer George. As well as the two solutions I suggested in my previous post, you can add www.protonbasic.co.uk to the Compatibility View Settings in IE....
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    [SOLVED !] Re: Can't upgrade my compiler

    Use Firefox to download the latest version or change the .php to .exe.

    Bob
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    Re: PIC Memory information

    When I've used cdata etc, I've just used a label to mark the start position of the stored information. Proton seems to sort everything out in that respect. Looking at the PIC datasheet,...
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    Re: PIC Memory information

    Can't you use the part of the 96K of program memory to also store data Dave....CDATA, CREAD and CWRITE?

    Bob
  22. Seriously?? Re: Dark conspiracy involving electrical power companies surfaces

    Thanks Fanie, your last post brightened my day!

    Bob
  23. Re: Why Amicus18 is not open source computer hardware like Arduino?

    I'd be happy pay up front too Les. Just let me have the payment details.

    Bob
  24. Thread: Links broken

    by Mellbreak
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    Re: Links broken

    Yes, all good with me now. Thanks very much for sorting this out so quickly.

    Bob
  25. Thread: Links broken

    by Mellbreak
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    Re: Links broken

    I'm finding the same Alberto. I get a page displaying the message "Content encoding error - The page you are trying to view cannot be shown because it uses an invalid or unsupported form of...
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    Re: Proton Facebook Group

    That sounds a really neat idea Les. What do the rest of you think?
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    Re: Question about Procedures

    That occurred to me too Simon. I'm sure John has a good reason - speed?

    Bob
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    Re: Question about Procedures

    This structure certainly work with Gosub structures, my guess is it would work with procedures. Why use Return instead of Endproc?

    Bob
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    Re: Question about Procedures

    John,

    Would it be possible to do something like this......


    Proc A
    Do Stuff
    GoTo CommonCode
    Proc B
    Do more Stuff
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    Re: Availability of Amicus24

    Les,

    A while ago you mentioned producing a DIY version of the Amicus18 board - all through-the-hole components etc. I wondered if this would be an option for the Amicus24. Certainly a lot cheaper...
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    Re: 0.1uF Required?

    Does this depend on the type of 1uf capacitor used? I'm not an EE, but always thought that electrolytic capacitors had an inductance associated with them which made them unsuitable for filtering high...
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    Re: Some thoughts on Procedures in P24

    Oh that is nice !
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    Re: Are Xmas festivities over yet

    I'm probably being a bit thick here John, but I don't understand your comment. Further explanation would be appreciated!

    Bob
  34. Re: Replace the PRINT command to use I2C backpack on 1602 LCD

    Good to see this on the Wiki George.
  35. Re: ReRAM can now store and process data in the same chip

    Interesting Norm. Once again many thanks for taking the time to dig this sort of stuff up.

    I've seen research papers which document prototype devices that can remember 16 different resistance...
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