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Robert Brown Arduino dew controller build, step by step


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Yes, that's the one.  Thanks for your kind offer, I look forward to hearing how it turns out. (not sure if it's important but I working with a version 4 Pi)

Dave

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2 hours ago, DaveSw said:

Yes, that's the one.  Thanks for your kind offer, I look forward to hearing how it turns out. (not sure if it's important but I working with a version 4 Pi)

Dave

RPI 4 latest version running Astroberry

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On 08/01/2020 at 12:31, Gina said:

I've used Mini-DIN connectors in the past but found them dreadful.  Standard DIN connectors are also dreadful.  Rarely see them these days so I guess that proves my point!  Cheap and nasty is not the way to go for astro!  Don't "spoil the ship for a hap'orth of tar"!!

I use GX12 "aviation" connectors and find them very good.  Better than XLR though they aren't bad.

Brilliant I'm building a battery box and was looking for better connections rather than cigarette ones. 

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3 hours ago, fozzybear said:

so far got it to compile now to find an esp32 to flash and test so work in progress then off to Robert to add 2021-05-25-215820_1920x1080_scrot.thumb.png.f6664f24952297a5d9755faf3c1cc829.png

if you fix the issue with the text being difficult to read let me know I have spent hours trying different themes and combinations and I still cant read it all

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13 hours ago, CedricTheBrave said:

if you fix the issue with the text being difficult to read let me know I have spent hours trying different themes and combinations and I still cant read it all

Me to had to faff around different themes. To edit the program  source theme colours would be laborious and started to mess around with it but got completely confused what i was doing and trying to achieve so gave in

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6 minutes ago, fozzybear said:

Me to had to faff around different themes. To edit the program  source theme colours would be laborious and started to mess around with it but got completely confused what i was doing and trying to achieve so gave in

Linux app updated to v007
v007
Change clNone attribute for all form captions/text to allow control by using themes

Source code in zip file
https://sourceforge.net/projects/esp32-dew-controller/files/Linux Apps/

Let me know how it goes - you have to recompile source of course. If there are issues post a screenshot here or email me the screenshot and I will address it.

 

Cheers

Robert

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53 minutes ago, brown_rb said:

Linux app updated to v007
v007
Change clNone attribute for all form captions/text to allow control by using themes

Source code in zip file
https://sourceforge.net/projects/esp32-dew-controller/files/Linux Apps/

Let me know how it goes - you have to recompile source of course. If there are issues post a screenshot here or email me the screenshot and I will address it.

 

Cheers

Robert

Done on the RPI

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56 minutes ago, brown_rb said:

Linux app updated to v007
v007
Change clNone attribute for all form captions/text to allow control by using themes

Source code in zip file
https://sourceforge.net/projects/esp32-dew-controller/files/Linux Apps/

Let me know how it goes - you have to recompile source of course. If there are issues post a screenshot here or email me the screenshot and I will address it.

 

Cheers

Robert

Cheers Robert

I recompiled and seems to be working just have to test it with an esp32. I'll send you the files and what I did. Can you do the same for for the myDewControllerPro3-Linux or let me know how via email and i'll have a go.

Regards

Andy

 

 

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5 hours ago, brown_rb said:

I will do the myDCP3 Linux app tomorrow. Today was a major update of the myFP2ESP code.

Regards

Robert

Robert I emailed you a link to the RPi compiled ESP32 version 

Andy

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11 hours ago, fozzybear said:

Robert I emailed you a link to the RPi compiled ESP32 version 

Andy

Sorry but the link did not give me access.

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