Text is back to front

So I'm not sure what is wrong but as you can see in the image linked.. the text is back to front, could someone please tell me what could be doing this? (Please look at the image so the USB port is coming out from the right as that's how I see it when I have it setup) http://imgur.com/kgQxHyE

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What do you need to see?

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Unbelievable. The thread is 5 posts long, and still no hint of the code. First no image, now no code, after 5 posts and almost 1 hour.

Hi,

Welcome to the forum.

Please read the first post in any forum entitled how to use this forum.
http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php/topic,148850.0.html
then look down to item #7 about how to post your code.
It will be formatted in a scrolling window that makes it easier to read.

Thanks Tom… :slight_smile:
The instruction will also shw you how to place a picture in your post.
kgQxHyE.jpg

Sorry guys, and when I go to post the code I get the error that is exceeds the 9000 character limit.. is there a way around this?

undescribed66: Sorry guys, and when I go to post the code I get the error that is exceeds the 9000 character limit.. is there a way around this?

You didn't read the thread you were pointed to in reply #6. Here's the link again. READ IT! And then you can get some help. The answer you need for posting your code lies within. http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php/topic,148850.0.html

Yeah I did use the code bracket things and even then I get the 9000 character issue.. Sorry if I'm being impatient it's just I've already been going at this for 6 hours today

undescribed66: Sorry guys, and when I go to post the code I get the error that is exceeds the 9000 character limit.. is there a way around this?

Apart from attaching it, one way is to work through your code and prune it to make the smallest sketch in which the problem still occurs. In the process of so doing, you may actually realise what causes the problem but if not, at least you'll present us with a sketch that's easier to digest.

I have a .ino file I can share with you if that is any help? sorry about this I really don't understand this type of code

undescribed66: Yeah I did use the code bracket things and even then I get the 9000 character issue.. Sorry if I'm being impatient it's just I've already been going at this for 6 hours today

Read the whole thing. If you're really impatient, then read it now. It explains in there what to do with code that is too long. Actually read the document. If you're not willing to read, you'll have a terribly hard time writing any code. 80% of being a programmer is reading. 15% is thinking. 5% is actually writing code.

Right here is the code - https://gist.github.com/undescribed66/3020211b92eaa2c48585a3cd30396969

You just won’t read that document will you. Oh well. Good luck on your project. I’m not going to help if you’re not willing to read.

I did read it? I read that I need to do it on Github?? what else is there to do… the code is there

undescribed66: I did read it? I read that I need to do it on Github?? what else is there to do... the code is there

It doesn't say that. Point 8 says something entirely different. It doesn't mention github anywhere in the "How To Use This Forum document." I know because I've actually read the damned thing. Doesn't matter. You can't help someone who doesn't want help.

Hi,

If your sketch is too big, use REPLY rather than QUICK REPLY and it has an attachment facility, so you can post your sketch as an attachment.

Tom.... :)

Okay here you go… this what you need??

arduinopitboard.ino (29.7 KB)

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