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locksmith1

What I want is a keyboard and mouse emulator that will do 2 things
A. press a key "U" every .5-1 second switchable by press of button "on/off" or switch
B. Press left mouse button every .5-1 second switchable by different press of another button "on/off" or switch

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C. Potentiometer  incorporated to adjust the delay of each of the above on the fly
D. If able to use poteniometer display on led display the active value either by scale 1-9 or use multiple to display percent "3 next to each other"
E. Detailed picture"s" or schematic showing exactly how to wire.
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Items I have avialable
Arduino Uno
Arduino Leonardo
Led - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00EZBGUMC/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Various sizes of switches "dip, pushbutton", most popular resisters, various push buttons and switches.

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Some of this is probably easy to do and I have tried for 2 days doing various tutorials and ideas and some I can get to work others I can't so instead punching my computer and driving my truck into a tree lol I decided to just have exactly what I want done and see how it compares. No idea how this all works so just either post your price or send me message and I will pay with paypal.

Thanks
Jason

PaulS

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A. press a key "U" every .5-1 second switchable by press of button "on/off" or switch
What does "switchable by press of button" mean? Do you want to send, or not send, the 'U' every 0.75 +/- 0.25 seconds, based on counting the number of times a switch has been pressed? If so, does sending happen when the count is even or odd (that is, does it start sending when the count is 0 or when it gets to 1)?

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B. Press left mouse button every .5-1 second switchable by different press of another button "on/off" or switch
Same questions.

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C. Potentiometer  incorporated to adjust the delay of each of the above on the fly
Both intervals should be the same always?

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D. If able to use poteniometer display on led display the active value either by scale 1-9 or use multiple to display percent "3 next to each other"
Use multiple what? Characters? Digits? "3 next to each other"? What does that mean?

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Led - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00EZBGUMC/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
That is neither an LED or an LCD.
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luni64

Sounds like a simple thing. Do you still need help?
Fast Stepper library? -> https://luni64.github.io/TeensyStep/

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