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Hello;
Has somebody already worked with this shield?
Below I attach you the link:
http://www.4dsystems.com.au/prod.php?id=126
Do you know if can I connect sensors to the Arduino with the shield? Do you have some examples?
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Anton
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The message to take away from the comment it, first thing to do is Google it...

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=4Display-Shield-160+arduino

Second result any good?

There is a minor issue with that library in that it doesn't support Arduino 1.0+, but you can make it supporting by opening the file "displayshield4d.cpp" and replacing the line:
Code:
#include "WProgram.h"
with the line:
Code:
#include "Arduino.h"
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I am a bit new to the embedded concept. I have been looking for better documentation than the 4Display website for 2 days. 4Diskplay dose not make things all that clear in their documentation.  I found this helpful. And no your comment was not constructive is was condescending.
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From my standpoint... the exchange was IN NO WAY CONDESCENDING... Paul asked you if you had done "The Obvious".. Ask Google first... It IS WHAT I DO TO ANSWER QUESTIONS for other users.
What is so special with you that asking Google first... Isn't an option?.
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