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Graynomad

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The ports and pins for the TX/RX leds should be swapped.

Done.

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what I meant was if you plugged your own LED (and resistor) into D10 on the board, Blink will flash it when led=10 or led=77.

Ok, what I've done should be enough then I think.

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for example digitalWrite(79,HIGH) will set both pins 70 and 71 - I don't think it's helpful to add these to the diagram though.

Probably not, if there are useful anomalies I'll add them, at this point I think the diagram is bordering on information overload but there may still be a few things worth adding.

Note that the PNG size is way smaller, I exported to PNG8 rather than PNG24, with the limited colour gamut being used I think that's OK but let me know if it stuffs anything up.

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philip

Do we already know what the four solder pads/holes on the left next to the ICSP (right below the 16u2) are connected to?

stimmer

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Nov 15, 2012, 06:27 pm Last Edit: Nov 15, 2012, 06:29 pm by stimmer Reason: 1
They are connected to the 16u2, Port B  4,5,6,7 (relative to the diagram, 4 is SE, 5 NE, 6 SW, 7 NW) Remember that they and the ICSP pins work at 5v logic level.

Nantonos


Note that the PNG size is way smaller, I exported to PNG8 rather than PNG24, with the limited colour gamut being used I think that's OK but let me know if it stuffs anything up.


That is the correct thing to do; even with antialiasing there will still be enough colors.

(I'm one of the authors of the PNG format).


Continuing on graphic formats, both Adobe Illustrator (CS5) and Inkscape (0.48) choke on the Corel Draw file. Would it be possible to export to SVG? Or an earlier Corel Draw version, perhaps.

(I'm also one of the authors of SVG).

whitewater


Would it be possible to export to SVG?


Another vote from my side.  :)

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