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Hello all, I have made a led matrix but need help with the programming part. My leds are multiplexed.
I can get only one lit up at a time, but I need help making code to light up more than one led as an illusion (let's say blink one led, turn it off then turn on another led in around 10ms, and keep this in a loop, to create the illusion that they are both on at the same time). Please! I really need help! If you have an idea, please post your code!
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Hey hears an idea, why don't you keep on creating new posts and asking exactly the same question in each post. That is bound to get results and not annoy anyone ....... not.

You have been told, nothing doing until you post your schematic. We are not being awkward it is just that without the knowlage of what you have connected to what it is imposable to write code.
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To understand the PO, check this post link http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,68630.0.html and you will understand why. I am trying to help.

By the way, great work and very informative on your site. I just wonder why the pictures hide the text...good job.
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Try a different browser at GrumpyMike's site.  Some work better than others.
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I just wonder why the pictures hide the text..
Because I use Apple's iWeb to create the pages and I think Micro$oft IE deliberately gets things wrong to try an fight Apple.
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Because I use Apple's iWeb to create the pages and I think Micro$oft IE deliberately gets things wrong to try an fight Apple.

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Try a different browser at GrumpyMike's site.  Some work better than others
I will try.
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