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Hi, it's difficult to "fix" the software without the hardware for testing it, It took me a some iterations to get mine running.However, the docu of the 2.13 HAT says something about a "virtual width" of 128 instead of 122, meaning the display memory is 128 pixel width to keep the lines byte aligned.Maybe a width setting of 128 does the trick.Cheers.
Hi, yes you can :)The Waveshare Democode worked for me too, just not so easy to mod.Connections look very much the same.You need to adopt the screen resolution, just grep my code for "296" and "128" e.g. "grep -n 128 *" will show you all the place where to change stuff. Also the 2.9 display is a portrait mode disp, might be confusing, there is a "transpose" function in my code dealing with this.Good Luck.
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