Strange, your jpg is not readable.Oliver
is it readable now?
It works for me.--- bill
my bad , i should've checked the file type beforehand.
TWINUI renders the JPEG in the end. There is a black screen for a couple of minutes and then you get a photo of a product specification page.It says the controller is ST7587. I found a datasheet hereDavid.
It should have still worked on *nix machines.In my case (linux mint with Mate), this is actually an issue with gnome/gnome3 environment tools.unix historically does not depend on file extensions. - That is a windows thing.unix was always smart enough to just figure out what is in a file so extensions were never used to determine what was in a file.i.e. you could name a file .pdf and if was really a jpeg file the appropriate viewer would still bring it up.All that support is still there but the gnome boys are slowly re-implementing the world (poorly) and ignoring all the components from the past that have worked for decades.In gnome2 they supported both ways but were leaning to doing things the windows way, and now in gnome3 they are pushing the windows mindset and methodology further and further into gnome3 to point that we now have issues like this.--- bill
It says the controller is ST7587. I found a datasheet hereDavid.
Can anybody help me with interfacing this lcd with arduino?
Unfortunately it opens a ST7567 datasheet. To answer your initial question:I personally do not know any Arduino library for this kind of display. U8g2 supports ST7588, but both ST7588 and ST7567 only include RAM for 81x132 and 65x132 pixel. This means, already as per the resolution, known software for a controller with similar number will not fit.Without the datasheet of the ST7587, there is almost no hope to use this display.Oliver
ohh , that's disappointing