A short description of the node as it should be seen in the docs A five button 5 color 2x 16 or (4x 20) I2C node using library’s
// include the library code: #include <Wire.h> #include <Adafruit_RGBLCDShield.h> #include <utility/Adafruit_MCP23017.h>
// These #defines make it easy to set the backlight color #define RED 0x1 #define YELLOW 0x3 #define GREEN 0x2 #define TEAL 0x6 #define BLUE 0x4 #define VIOLET 0x5 #define WHITE 0x7
Inputs: Init,addr,rows,cols,(BL,or BL color),L1,L2,L3,L4 Similar to Gweimer LCD I2C
INa (number, default=1) — the description as it should be seen in the docs
RST (pulse, default=never) — the description
OUT (number) — the description
Extra info: rationale-Color is cool, the 5 button shield is very useful without occupying many pins.
, edge-cases, details
Good morning, Thank you for your help on this. I have rebooted,tried it on another computer and loaded your entire set of nodes they all loaded except The “cesars/3-digit-multiplex-7seg” and “cesars/rgblcd” The error i got for the 2 is similar but not exactly the same.
I have included a screen shot with my cellphone sorry for the low quality. I’m not sure how to capture the XOD image
I was able to get the file from Github and loaded it but when XOD loads it gives the error but the file showed up and found the error in the color node expanded to the if-else-v, I do not have a multiple input if-else-v, the only one i have is the single input node on the image
I just do not understand how does a single if-else-v become a 7 input single output -----Scratch that
Aha I replaced the if-else-v with the Gweimer one into the cesars/rgblcd directory and now the program can find it