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    CptanPanic got a reaction from tripwire in A sub-forum for displays (LCDs, OLEDs, etc)...   
    A good way to solve this is with tags. That way you can just tag a post with 'Displays', and then you can easily browse all of the posts with this topic. Maybe the forum can add this feature?
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    CptanPanic got a reaction from GastonP in A sub-forum for displays (LCDs, OLEDs, etc)...   
    A good way to solve this is with tags. That way you can just tag a post with 'Displays', and then you can easily browse all of the posts with this topic. Maybe the forum can add this feature?
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    CptanPanic reacted to RobG in Nokia 7110 Library   
    Here's my version of Nokia 7110 library.
    Just text for now, but graphics will be included later on.
    Enjoy!
     


     
    main.cfont_5x7.h
    sed1565.c
    sed1565.h
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    CptanPanic got a reaction from GeekDoc in A sub-forum for displays (LCDs, OLEDs, etc)...   
    A good way to solve this is with tags. That way you can just tag a post with 'Displays', and then you can easily browse all of the posts with this topic. Maybe the forum can add this feature?
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    CptanPanic got a reaction from nuetron in A sub-forum for displays (LCDs, OLEDs, etc)...   
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    CptanPanic reacted to nuetron in Newbie: I can't get input int to work, can you see why?   
    // Clear output pins. P1OUT = 0; // Pullup/Pulldown Register for switch P1REN = BIT3;
    The launchpad's P1.3 button is connected to gnd, which means you need to have a pull-up on p1.3 for it to operate correctly.
    Look at this schematic of P1.3:

    As you can see, the state of P1OUT.3 controls whether the resistor is a pull-up or a pull-down.
    So, change "P1OUT = 0" to "P1OUT = BIT3" and it should work fine.
     
     
    Also, since you aren't using P1.0 as an input, but as output (LED1) you don't need to enable the interrupt for that pin.

    // Interrupts // Set Interupt for Just switch at 1.3 P1IE |= BIT3 + BIT0; P2IE = 0; // Interrupt Edge // Set all to be low to high. P1IES |= BIT3; P1IFG = 0;
    One more thing: a "1" bit in the P1IES means the edge is high-to-low to set the respective P1IFG bit, and a "0" means low-to-high.
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    CptanPanic got a reaction from bluehash in Get CCSv5 for $25   
    I talked to ti, and they said avnet is sending out the codes manually and are swamped. Should get them in a few days.
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    CptanPanic reacted to flexnodes in Power-BoosterPack   
    Hi,
     
    I couple of months ago I started using the launchpad, then I decided that a booster pack with a lipo battery would be a nice feature, so I went ahead and design my own. I build up a boosterpack, although, I first call it power-shield (newbie fail).
     
    I decided to used a 14500 li-ion as battery due to their cheap price and relativele high capacity, I can charge it both by USB and a solar panel. For the output I an currently using a 3.3V LDO.
     
    Do you have any ideas on how to improve it? I will be glad to hear your feedback
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