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SouthernAtHeart

I'm trying to understand how AnalogButtons works

How would I code the analog buttons do to this
Btn1 to toggle intUserSelection between 2,4,6,8 or 10 (rolling back to 2 from 10)
Btn2 runs the function 'SolenoidOn' (which sets pin4 high for a time determined by intUserSelection)

But then while in the SolenoidOn function, I want to have the option 'Press any key to cancel'

So I've really got two different operations for a button--the normal operation that it does, but then if SolenoidOn function is running, the buttons take on a new purpose, to abort the SolenoidOn operation


robtillaart

Do you have code to share ? (please use # button) as these questions make not much sense without for me.
Rob Tillaart

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SouthernAtHeart

I'm trying to figure out how the code works to use AnalogButtons.  So I don't have any code yet.

u0421793

Analogue buttons are one of those things that nobody in the history of human understanding has ever understood. It has long been thought to be either a marketing phrase, or something lost in translation long ago that should have meant something entirely different.

SouthernAtHeart


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