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  • RlNEHART commented on Jean0x7BE's instructable OLED i2c display with arduino2 months ago
    OLED i2c display with arduino

    I had some other problems not addressed in the guide, but I couldn't have done it without your help! I had to change the names of the adafruit libraries because they contained non alphabetic characters, ie - and _. The .h file in the SSD library also had the wrong height around line 70 or so. I opened the file in notepad++ and was able to uncomment the correct 128x64 declaration and remove the 128x32 one. Also I got a compilation error saying all sorts of objects in the "Robot Control" library were not declared. I have no idea why that happened, but I just took RobotControl out of the libraries folder and that problem was solver. The last error I had was that the program could not find the fillCircle class, even though the GFX library was included. To fix this I clicked sketch...see more »I had some other problems not addressed in the guide, but I couldn't have done it without your help! I had to change the names of the adafruit libraries because they contained non alphabetic characters, ie - and _. The .h file in the SSD library also had the wrong height around line 70 or so. I opened the file in notepad++ and was able to uncomment the correct 128x64 declaration and remove the 128x32 one. Also I got a compilation error saying all sorts of objects in the "Robot Control" library were not declared. I have no idea why that happened, but I just took RobotControl out of the libraries folder and that problem was solver. The last error I had was that the program could not find the fillCircle class, even though the GFX library was included. To fix this I clicked sketch, then add library and re-added the GFX library, which add this line to the code: #include <gfxfont.h>

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