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maxid

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pighixxx

NEW VERSION 2.0 online (on 1st post)
Pighixxx  :D

maxid

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pighixxx


can you post the changelog

Ok  :D

- New graphics
- More readable font
- Added IDE pin matches
- PWM pin fixed
- ATMega16u2 ICSP pinout added
- ICSP pinout fixed
- Minor bug fixes

Pighixxx

maxid

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KirAsh4

For some reason, clicking on the download link takes me to a 404 page on your website (non existent) ...  I'm assuming you've been moving things around on your site?  The same thing is happening with the Uno thread.  Specifically I'm looking at larger format (or formats that will scale well), in English.

pighixxx


For some reason, clicking on the download link takes me to a 404 page on your website (non existent) ...  I'm assuming you've been moving things around on your site?  The same thing is happening with the Uno thread.  Specifically I'm looking at larger format (or formats that will scale well), in English.


Ok, test now!
Because of high traffic, my site has some problems ...
Bye,

PighiXXX

liudr


JB_AU

Many Thanx for you diligent work  8)

funlw65


pighixxx

Hello Guys.
I am pleased to announce that in the next few days I will publish the new pinouts  :smiley-mr-green:

askywalker

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Aug 19, 2013, 11:41 pm Last Edit: Aug 20, 2013, 12:36 am by askywalker Reason: 1
Something that I think really needs to be changed....

You have the interrupts labeled as the Atmega datasheet calls them. BUT BUT BUT Arduino changes the names of the External Interrupts.

Example:

Arduino Mega 2560  Pin: 2
Arduino Mega 2560 Interrupt: INT0
Atmega2560  Pin: 6
Atmega2560  Interrupt: INT4

http://arduino.cc/en/Reference/attachInterrupt


So you list the interrupt names how it is named by the datasheet, but that is not very helpful when trying to set up the interrupt in Arduino! It took me a while to figure out that Arduino changed the names. I think both should be shown on your diagrams.


Thanks!!!! :)

pighixxx

Thanks for the note.
At this time I'm very busy but I see to find the time to update the pinout.

Ciao,
Alberto

j6671

Pin 6 is not PCINT8.     Pin 0 is... I just found out the hard way :(

A.R.Ty

Mhm, did not answer....did he found it out the hard way ?  ]:D
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