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Voted!! Great idea and great instructions =D
It doesn't support the <style> tag, but some inline css is allowed, as seen in step 10. Also, as seen in step 7, you can search through the pre-made classes with the style you want and use that. Hope this helped!!
Things to try:-Check wiring-Check voltage of power source-Check current draw of the FPS (make sure it's reasonable according to the datasheet)If none of these work, then it may be an update in the FPS' firmware, which I'm no expert on. I hope this helped!
The second part is here and the third part is here. These weren't my original choices for instructables because what I wanted to do didn't work out. However, it was still a fun project!
This is a really cool project and it's well executed!! I could definitely see this becoming common in high-tech appliances if the future! Now to make something that replaces the bag for you! XD
Voted!! I really love this project idea! =)
Yes, definitely! The library probably will not work with the ATtiny but there are some examples of people who have already combined the two here. Looking over their code and the datasheet for the FPS will show you how to communicate with the fps! The actual code is out of my scope right now but please post code if you end up pursuing this project!
I'm not sure, but try putting it back together and seeing what doesn't work. Also, look to see if there's a similar piece anywhere else that can show you what it's used for
It seems like where you're having trouble reading the schematic and understanding how to set up the circuit board, which is fine! To start, I would try hooking up the circuit on a breadboard. For information on understanding the schematic in Step 2, see here. For learning how to breadboard a circuit, see here. Let me know if you need more help! If you ask a specific question or tell me exactly what you don't understand, I'll be able to help you more!!
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If you use my code, none =). But it's broken right now for newer versions of the Arduino IDE. If you'd like to help pursue a fix, please read the comments below
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