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This has been up for 3 years or so, but ... I just built it and thought I would say thanks.Thanks!Only addition I made was to tie pin 14 to pin 3 (the green wire with the cracked jacket). Pin 14 went to the "Hello" led. After burning the bootloader, running the "blink" sketch is a common way to check that the chip is working. Blink is the "hello world" for arduino type projects. With my setup, I just have to modify the output pin to 4 in the sketch (physical pin 3 is called 4 by arduino)
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