Hi,I would like to test your library with my PCD8544, but i don't understand how to put the good value for pin in "pins_arduino.h"I have an arduino 1284p and i test to connect the onCode: [Select]#define PCD8544_PORT PORTC#define PCD8544_DDR DDRC // Should be DDRx, x = port name (B, C, D, etc.)#define PIN_DC 0x02 // PC2#define PIN_RESET 0x03 // PC3#define PIN_CE 0x07 // PC7An nothing, can you help me ?I have some pin free on the PA4,PA5,PA6,PA7Thanks
#define PCD8544_PORT PORTC#define PCD8544_DDR DDRC // Should be DDRx, x = port name (B, C, D, etc.)#define PIN_DC 0x02 // PC2#define PIN_RESET 0x03 // PC3#define PIN_CE 0x07 // PC7
First of all I apologize for not replying earlier, and missing new posts. For whatever reason the email notification didn't work, so I didn't know there were new replies.
@ sierramikeI like what you did, nice work. I did stop working on the library, since it does exactly what I need it to very quickly. And I posted it online so people can work with it and improve it further. By the way, if you look through threads started by me, I also posted a slightly modified library which works with the 128x64 OLED displays.Regarding inheriting from it adds a little bit of memory overhead, and most likely a small delay, but I'm not sure how significant it is.There are many ways to add support for large fonts, it will require some more modification to the original code.The app for creating custom fonts is a pretty neat idea, I like it!