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This thread has been locked. I found the problem in: Please let me know if you run into issues and I’m glad to fix it.
Looking at my code, I actually don’t use SPI. I found stlelaris problem in:. I won’t have time to look into it any time soon. Sorry, but I think I led you down the wrong path.
Create New Font For Stellaris grLib
trlib That looks really great. What pins is your I2C sensor connected to? My new font has dimension: Hi, I’m trying to write a new font for a very small display but I don’t understand how to make my font data array.
Have You some idea, where is the problem?
But the display doesn’t have any touch-layer as far as I can see, and that would be really sweet. Use of the information on this site may require a license from a third party, or a license from TI. By chickenOctober 18, in Code Vault. Sign in Already have an account? HWREG is a method for fast access to memory mapped registers, which is a bit cryptic and I might have an error in here that causes the code to overwrite other locations than Port B. Sign In Sign Up.
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grlib for Adafruit xx18 TFT Display – Code Vault – 43oh
Mar 14, 1: I just committed an updated version to Github that fixes a glaring bug and adds touch calibration. Functions to calibrate touch display. Posted October 21, I’m tempted to do a little breakout booster pack before fixing touch as there’s a lot of noise thanks to the messy cabling. I saw that one as well, yes. Ask a related glrib What is a related question? Go to Archived groups.
Mentions Tags More Cancel. In the StellarisWare grlib there are some fonts, in particular I’m watching the fontfixed6x8.
Wiring is a mess as the pins of individual ports are all over the place. Menu Search through millions of questions and answers User.
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