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Khalid

Silverdog63, so you own Mechmate. I also visit Mechmate forum and my login is Khalid;)
Regards

Thomas_berg_

#296
Jan 03, 2013, 02:02 am Last Edit: Jan 03, 2013, 02:24 am by Thomas_berg_ Reason: 1
is there a comlete Terry thermostat_meny.ino whitout the problems from post 194 i cant seem to get that one compiled  .. i have the 6button test_all_var_type runing very nice inded but want to look try build on terrys menu i gues.

im a total newbie 8) as you probably understand sins i cant fix the probs but i cant figure out the changes to get it to compile i run ide 1.0.3 * THERMOSTAT_MENU.ino (13.62 KB  from reply 194


best regards.

Khalid


is there a comlete Terry thermostat_meny.ino whitout the problems from post 194 i cant seem to get that one compiled  ..

Tell us the compilation errors...

Thomas_berg_

#298
Jan 04, 2013, 04:13 pm Last Edit: Jan 04, 2013, 04:18 pm by Thomas_berg_ Reason: 1
okey i think im gonna hold my horses with that .ino becouse it seems terry has got later one , if i get probs, starting or compile that one il get back and i probobly will when i start modding it. :%


the one from reply 194

menu.begin(&lcd,16,2);
menu.addUsrNav(navMenu,);  <----this one whas obvius    as allso with the savevar lines..
MW_navbtn=4;

THERMOSTAT_MENU.ino: In function 'void loop()':
THERMOSTAT_MENU:148: error: 'tempF' was not declared in this scope
THERMOSTAT_MENU.ino: In function 'void msc()':
THERMOSTAT_MENU:303: error: 'tempF' was not declared in this scope
THERMOSTAT_MENU:328: error: a function-definition is not allowed here before '{' token
THERMOSTAT_MENU:333: error: a function-definition is not allowed here before '{' token

but i think i will get new .ino frof terry so i will wait for that one insted of trying to fix the one from reply 194

Silverdog63

Just a guess .... as I am an absolute beginner ..... it seems a library problem ... do you have all the necessary library included ?

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