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Dimdim

I'm sorry, there seems to be a mixup.. I was replying to a post that now appears to be gone (it was regarding a shield that simplified wiring a TFT to a MEGA). :(

liquidice007


I'm sorry, there seems to be a mixup.. I was replying to a post that now appears to be gone (it was regarding a shield that simplified wiring a TFT to a MEGA). :(


Ah, no problem :)

Markus_L811


I'm sorry, there seems to be a mixup.. I was replying to a post that now appears to be gone (it was regarding a shield that simplified wiring a TFT to a MEGA). :(

Yes that was me, my post and I killed the post in hurry klicked the wrong button.

I found this Shield http://imall.iteadstudio.com/development-platform/arduino/shields/im120417024.html that works with Boards with 3.3V or 5V so it would make it easy to use an TFT with the UTFT Lib and dimdim's modifications. So you have the tft and the touch function together.

alvesjc

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Dec 14, 2012, 01:23 am Last Edit: Dec 14, 2012, 01:44 am by alvesjc Reason: 1
Hi.

Speaking about speed in UTFT, would be nice to do some comparison.

We have two distinct situations.

With ITDB32WD I get 32s, with ITDB32WC my friend get 29,5s

Here is our code running in the ITDB32WC

http://youtu.be/-hWRFVth1iQ


By the way, how do I set the youtube link to directly display the movie here?

alvesjc


I am curious what I would need to modify in the library to get my 8 Bit LCD running properly.


Hi.

I've included code for 8 bit mode.

Replace (doing backup of your current file) the HW_ARM.h file in your library with the one attached with your IDE closed.

I don't have a display to test it, but should work, try it! ;)

Regards,

Joao

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