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The code works as i want it to, but the code is probably full of wrong code and i will clean it up when the project is complete:)
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I'll explain what you have.

This will show 5 when the button is pressed. NOTE it will not start at 0, even when declaired "int Counter = 0;" the reason your Serial.println().
Code:
if (CurrentSwitch == LOW)
      {
        Counter=Counter+5;
        Serial.println(Counter); // <= This is the reason you see 5 instead of 0 because it is inside the same IF statement, however if you move
                                       // Serial.println(Counter); outside the IF statement it will start at 0, but it will show continious numbers.
      }
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Created Libraries:
NPV2 (NewPasswordV2),  TFT_Extension, OneWireKeypad, SerialServo.
Will provide libraries if asked in PM or forum.

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