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 Post subject: 128x128
PostPosted: Wed Aug 28, 2002 22:11 
Hello,
nice Software have u written. But it dont work with 128x128 Pixel LCDs. nothing happens. Are u still working at this feature? Or does somebody know some software 4 128x128 LCDs? ATM i use PowerLCD and a winamp Plugin. Other Software dont works. But with PowerLCD i can see just the half picture. :(

Can me help someone?

thx


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 Post subject: Re: 128x128
PostPosted: Wed Aug 28, 2002 22:45 
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aYr wrote:
Hello,
But it dont work with 128x128 Pixel LCDs. nothing happens. thx

We can try to get this working but some questions first:

Which wiring are you using, I guess the tweakers.net one because you have powerlcd working. Do you have your display wired for 6x8 or 8x8 font ?

Have you tried setting my program for other sizes than 128x128, what happens then ?


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 29, 2002 0:30 
Image

I used this one :) but on pin 18 i have 5+ too. I dont know which Font size this is ...
And yes i tried to use other sizes, but nothing happens.


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 29, 2002 19:42 
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Anonymous wrote:
I used this one :) but on pin 18 i have 5+ too. I dont know which Font size this is ...
And yes i tried to use other sizes, but nothing happens.

Because that schematic doesn't have the lcd pin names I can't tell for sure which wiring that is, but I believe it's the tweakers.net wiring because PowerLCD works. And because it works with PowerLCD the font is most likely set for 6x8 also.

Have you changed the wiring setting for tweakers.net wiring in the lcdinfo config program ?


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2002 0:13 
oh yeah it works :D
thx :)


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2002 0:21 
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Anonymous wrote:
oh yeah it works :D
thx :)

Great :)

Any problems yet that need to be corrected in the code ?


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 31, 2002 10:38 
i look :)

are u coding in VC ++ ? Cause i want to change some parts of the code :)
And where do i get VC ++ 6 fastly? hmm

l8er i will post some pics of my lcd with your program :)


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 31, 2002 11:08 
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aYr wrote:
i look :)

are u coding in VC ++ ? Cause i want to change some parts of the code :)
And where do i get VC ++ 6 fastly? hmm

l8er i will post some pics of my lcd with your program :)

I'm coding this with C++Builder, but if you tell me what you wan't to change I can compile it for you if needed.

If you have something in mind any suggestions are welcome.

Pics would be great to see that it's really working for you :)


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 31, 2002 11:18 
hm can u integrate the Free Disk Information. I saw at the source that u have already written a function for that. And a Var for the OS Information is very usefull. And some other functions like current Network traffic( UP down stream), dns and gateway IP adress, etc.

Wher can i download C++ builder, or is it not free ?

cya


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 31, 2002 11:20 
Here some pics :D

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 31, 2002 11:36 
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Anonymous wrote:
hm can u integrate the Free Disk Information. I saw at the source that u have already written a function for that. And a Var for the OS Information is very usefull. And some other functions like current Network traffic( UP down stream), dns and gateway IP adress, etc.

Wher can i download C++ builder, or is it not free ?
cya


Hmm, the free disk function should already be functioning.
The syntax should be somthing like this: "diskfree(c:\)"

The documentation isn't the strongest point of my program :(

You can download a 60 day trial version of C++Builder 6 at borlands site.
http://www.borland.com/products/downloa ... ilder.html

I'm using builder 5 for this but I may upgrade to 6 in some point, just haven't seen the need for it yet.
I have downloaded the version 6 trial also but there were some problems with the TDLPortIO component that my program is using for parallel port access.

But if you make some functions to get the information you need I can add them to my code.

EDIT: you should be able to do those functions in any windows C/C++ compiler that you have


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 31, 2002 22:11 
Hmm,
i used the diskfree/disksize function with my harddrive f, but it display extreme high values, 5 tb...

with harddrive c d and e it works very fine...

Perhaps its the size from hd F - 27gig

I found a bug :D


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 31, 2002 22:53 
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aYr wrote:
Hmm,
i used the diskfree/disksize function with my harddrive f, but it display extreme high values, 5 tb...

with harddrive c d and e it works very fine...

Perhaps its the size from hd F - 27gig

I found a bug :D

Yes, you've found a bug. But I don't know what's causing that. :(

This is from my system:
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As you can see it's working on a 40gig drive.

What OS / filesystem are you using ? I'm using W2K / NTFS on my drives.


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 01, 2002 18:10 
I`m using good old w2ksp3 & ntfs :D


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 01, 2002 18:14 
i dont know what this is causing. my disk P: (80gig) will be shown correctly too...
there is just a problem with disk f.


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