Does anyone recognise a pattern in the DSO traces that could explain what is going on here?
I certainly wasn't trying to hide information from anyone. I thought that it might be expedient to filter out if there was a problem at all, or if the issue stuck out like the proverbials, before I swamp the thread with what could have been unnecessary detail.
Wow. I've really stepped on a hornets nest here. I am so sorry you have had such bad experiences with people not following strict protocol. I don't think I'll now progress to stage 2 of my errant troubleshooting in view of the flare-up arising from stage 1. At least you inadvertently answered my stage 1 question which sought to establish if I had a problem or not, and for that I thank you.
I am ashamed for low quality code when it is in the "testing" phase.
Also I doubt anyone will read 1000+ lines of code
I need to redraw it cleanly before presentation.
And the physical circuit is similar mess
skipping all the boring work
maybe someone guesses the answer anyway.
(...)And now we get the truth. Lazy. Yet you expect others to jump up and help you for free. That's pretty despicable if you ask me. To put the work on the volunteers. Or maybe you just waste someone else's time. I mean why should you care, it's not like it is YOUR time right? Who cares what you do to other people. Screw them, right? They're only offering free help to you, why should you pay them any respect.
You will never understand it when you don't want to understand it. I don't want to waste others time. THIS is the reason I do NOT post a poor code with tons of irrelevant stuff. And yes, I think 1000 lines of code written by someone else with no or cryptic comments is a lot - I rarely read such code because I consider it waste of my time. I don't expect others would read my code if presented in such way. The same is true for schematics - I can read my handwriting well. I don't expect it will be easy for you to read and follow my quickly sketched schematics. If I do it for others I try to do it nicely and precisely and often need more than one iteration.I think many people feel it the same way. They try to provide information that they believe is important and avoid irrelevant stuff. If you think not enough information was provided you may ask - or ignore the thread at all. I don't see how not providing (possibly boring or misleading information) forces other to help me.