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Hello, I believe you emailed in to our tech support, but I'll copy the answer here for anyone in the future with the same question.

For the software change, you will need to edit the STBLE library and change the pin number in the code to match pin 3 instead of pin 2. In the STBLE library that is downloaded with the example, navigate to STBLE/src/Arduino_hal.h – in this file, you will change BNRG_SPI_EXTI_PIN's value to 3 instead of 2.

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Cheers,
Réna

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Hi there,

Have you checked that the baud rate in the serial monitor matches what you have in your code?

It should be 9600 for both if you're using the code from the tutorial: https://learn.tinycircuits.com/Wirelings/Pressure-Humidity_Wireling_Tutorial/

Do you have any uploading errors? Did you program the correct processor board with the Tools tab selections?

Let me know!

Cheers,
Réna

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Thumby / Re: Custom fonts?
« on: November 11, 2022, 10:30:05 AM »
Glad it was a quick fix!

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Thumby / Re: Custom fonts?
« on: November 10, 2022, 03:56:17 PM »
Hi there,

The ENOENT error means that the program can't find the file in the location you've provided. Do you have a tab open in the Code Editor with the font file? Or is it on the Thumby? Are you sure your file path is correct? If you have a screenshot of your Code Editor with the location of the font file as well as the code, I may be able to help better.

Let me know!

Cheers,
Réna

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Have you tested the 1/2" silicone with the cap touch sensor?

If you want to edit the library, the CapTouchWireling.h and .cpp are available on our GitHub: https://github.com/TinyCircuits/TinyCircuits-ATtiny841-Library

You should have a local copy of the library from the tutorial example.

Cheers,
Réna

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Hi there,

Since silicone is an insulator, you would want to extend the touch points/copper plates. I'm not sure on the exact material specs involved that might answer how much copper, but something analog (like a push button) might work better than scraping the insulation on the PCB and adding more copper.

Can you tell me more about what you are making? I may have some better recommendations on how you can accomplish your goals.

I'll add that I've applied a 1/8" sheet of acrylic to the cap touch pads directly with some double-sided tape and had luck with being able to detect a touch. Have you tested the silicone layer? Can you do a thinner layer? What all have you tested so far?

Cheers,
Réna

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TinyTV & Tiny Video Player / Re: Create timer
« on: November 04, 2022, 10:59:17 AM »
Hi there, welcome to the forum!

It is possible to use the RTC on the SAMD21 processor that the TinyTV is built around, but I wouldn't categorize this as a beginner's project. If you would like to take a look at the code for the RTC alarm setting and the TinyTV program you would embed this in, here are some links:
TinyScreen+ getting started: https://learn.tinycircuits.com/Processors/TinyScreen%2B_Setup_Tutorial/
RTC:  https://learn.tinycircuits.com/Help/TinyScreenPlus-RTC-Interrupts-Sleep-Mode/
TinyTV program: https://learn.tinycircuits.com/Kits/Tiny-Video-Program/

A faster/easier way would be to get a smart plug that you could set to turn on for the few minutes a day that you'd like, and then leave the TinyTV plugged in and on so that whenever the plug powers the TV, the TV is on and playing videos.

Let me know if you need any clarification or if you have any other questions!

Cheers,
Réna

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Wirelings / Re: LRA Wireling Power Issue
« on: November 03, 2022, 12:26:01 PM »
With nothing in your loop(), the hardware has nothing to repeat or continue doing after the setup() loop runs. I'm not particularly familiar with the audio to vibrate mode you are using, but I assume you need to read the audio data and process it with the library repeatedly like you might do with the loop() logic.

You can try calling your setup() loop in the loop() to see if re-writing to those registers does what you need, but you might need to add something else for what you are trying to accomplish:

loop() {
     setup();
}

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Wirelings / Re: LRA Wireling Power Issue
« on: November 01, 2022, 02:26:51 PM »
Hello,

There could be some serial communication or setup code that could be interfering. Can you share the code you are working with to rule that out?

Cheers,
Réna

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TinyTV & Tiny Video Player / Re: no sound after video conversion
« on: November 01, 2022, 02:07:36 PM »
Hello,

The TinyTV Converter App does not convert audio for .tsv files yet, to convert videos with audio you will need to use the TSV Converter found here: https://learn.tinycircuits.com/Kits/TSV-Converter-Tutorial/

Cheers,
Réna

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TinyTV & Tiny Video Player / Re: Tiny TV Kit Flip Video ?
« on: October 17, 2022, 02:45:11 PM »
You could flip the screen in the code, but flipping the video would probably be easiest since there's no programming involved!

Let me know if you need other options or ideas for accomplishing your project. Would LOVE to see it once you have it built the way you want it!

Cheers,
Réna

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General Discussion / Re: Nitrox Analyser
« on: October 10, 2022, 11:05:10 AM »
Hi there,

You might want to post this in the TinyCircuits Discord as well since there are more active users there. Join here: https://discord.gg/3nmqb37bJ8

Cheers,
Réna

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Hello!

There's a bug in the newest TinyTV App so it's not currently converting the audio streams properly of the custom .tsv videos.

Until there's a fix for the TinyTV App, use the TSV Converter app here: https://learn.tinycircuits.com/Kits/TSV-Converter-Tutorial/

Cheers,
Réna

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Linda,

You should be able to leave out the #include <Wire.h> line and you won't need to select the ports since you just need to interface with the pin.

As long as no errors come up with those revisions and everything is working as expected, all should be well!

Cheers,
Réna

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Hi there,

Thanks for posting your example code and detailing your process so well!

It looks like you need to add Wireling.begin(); to your setup loop. This function is needed for all Wireling programs to put the power pin of the Wireling TinyShield and other Wilreling boards in the correct mode.

Let me know if you have any other questions!

Cheers,
Réna

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