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Hello,

I'm trying to create a system with a bit of pizazz, making a sort of boot screen. My setup includes (among other things), an IR motion sensor (link) and a display being driven by the U8glib. The IR motion sensor requires a calibration time. Instead of the LCD being blank, I want to do a countdown. But this is unfortunately not in the loop() section, but in the setup() section. Any attempt to do

Code:
u8g.setFont(u8g_font_fur14);
u8g.drawStr( 10, 35, "HAMMOND");

in that section just gets ignored by the display. Any ideas on how to do this? I really appreciate your help, and here is my full code if you want to take a look:

[EDIT: code in next post because it's too long!]

(I know it's really long, that's because it includes a LOT of other things, but I tried to keep it as neat and labeled as I could!)
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I actually can't post my entire code because it's too long!  smiley-sad-blue
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Maybe you can just post the setup() code.

Oliver
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