So far I've been able to turn on 3 of the 4 LEDs that are connected to the nano. Of course the power is always on, the L light is trivial to turn on. Where I started running into trouble was the RX and TX lights.
Setting pins 0 and 1 to high didn't work. I was eventually able to get the TX light to turn on by sending print statements to the serial port every 5 milliseconds. That's 3.
I figured maybe there was a statement similar to print but on the input side of things that would force the RX light to turn on.
Is there ANY way to programmatically turn that light on? I don't care if it's hackish. I just want it to turn on via code. Thank you.