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Hi guys,
I wanted to use my arduino Uno as a keyboard controller. I know, bad choice, should've bought a Leonardo, but I searched how to load certain firmwares into the chip which would let me do what i want to do. I followed the instruction on this site and now when I compile and load a program with, for example,  #include keyboard.h, it gives me no errors like it used to do. But I can't still use the functions of the library, nor let the pc see the board as a proper usb keyboard

What am I doing wrong? thanks a lot :)


To know what you're doing wrong, we'll have to know what you're doing. Give us the details. Your code in code tags would be a start.



You need to use the HID library included with hoodloader, not the keyboard library.
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