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    Re: Au full quiet out rear..

    Not sure if this helps but, we are selling all remaining stock - at heavy discount and the Graphic display that you mentions only #5

    https://www.crownhill.co.uk/02874.html

    Ultimately what does...
  2. Re: Forum doesn't quite work when not logged in.

    yep, as i said, you would have got that if you were not logged in and went directly to the forum. If you went via the home page, it was working when not logged in , allowing you to log in and...
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    I'll look at changing the upload message. But its general, its not Just for an oversize fiile.

    Regarding the frum last week. what i'm trying to explain is that the forum only appeared to be broken...
  4. Re: Forum doesn't quite work when not logged in.

    HI,
    I have checked and the logs show people logging in, I logged in without issues too. However there was an issue of browsing the forums if you were NOT logged in. So if you went to the FORUM...
  5. Re: Forum doesn't quite work when not logged in.

    Richard, there was nothing wrong with the forum that wold prevent your access last week. At least nothing that is different to the forum configuration this week. The ONLY issue was related to users...
  6. Re: Forum doesn't quite work when not logged in.

    mmmm, thats strange.

    The issue should only affect those that were browsing as guest. Registered users that logged in, should not have seen any issues. - Which is why i did not notice ( being lazy...
  7. Re: Forum doesn't quite work when not logged in.

    OK, fixed that.

    Issues like this, really need to be flagged to me, via email. i nearly missed this post !
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    Amicus18 PIC BASIC PRO - DOCUMENTATION

    Bare PCB for home build

    Hardware Manual and Schematics
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    Note: ALL Amicus boards have been reduced to around 1.00 ex VAT and shipping. Amicus Products

    I'm dumping ALL surplus stock, Thousands of PIC micros, IC's , LCD's, surface mount components,...
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    Note: ALL Amicus boards have been reduced to around 1.00 ex VAT and shipping. Amicus Products

    I'm dumping ALL surplus stock, Thousands of PIC micros, IC's , LCD's, surface mount components,...
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    Note: ALL Amicus boards have been reduced to around 1.00 ex VAT and shipping. Amicus Products

    I'm dumping ALL surplus stock, Thousands of PIC micros, IC's , LCD's, surface mount components,...
  12. Re: Our dearest friend has passed away. Bye Darrel...

    Maybe someone can PM me with the exact dates and some suitable text. If it is the wish of the forum users, i'll make it happen.
  13. Thread: Goodbye

    by lester
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    Re: Goodbye

    I think that you are all missing one very important point.

    Arduino and the Pi, have brought into our world a whole demographic of new users, ranging from Chefs to gardeners including artists and...
  14. Thread: Goodbye

    by lester
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    Re: Goodbye

    We had support for Amicus from Microchip (UK) on the marketing and I spent a crap load of money on the Amicus. What little interest there was has dropped off. I'm about to dump the lot.

    Sad...
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    Re: Implementing a simple INT from stat to finish

    well, thats interesting. Prices for production have really dropped . I guess you might recall that Crownhill used to publish some books - like the excellent 'Experimenting with PICBASIC Pro' and...
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    Re: Implementing a simple INT from stat to finish

    80/4 = 20

    x .05 = 1

    + 1 Eu

    = 2Eu Per 80 page Book with colour cover ( what type of binding?)

    is that correct? for how many booklets would that be?
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    Re: Implementing a simple INT from stat to finish

    At this stage, until you see significant interest from users, ( via discussion on the forum ) why not produce your "primer" or whatever and link to it from the code examples section.

    IF ever...
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    Re: Implementing a simple INT from stat to finish

    its an unequivocal yes from me.
  19. Sticky: Re: Temporary central repository of Darrel Taylor's works (including Mr E's Multicalc

    At the top of the main forum page there is a menu, on that menu there is an entry "interrupts" which takes you to dt.picbasic.co.uk
  20. Sticky: Re: Temporary central repository of Darrel Taylor's works (including Mr E's Multicalc

    UPDATE

    A new repository has been created, to make finding and using the information imparted by the late Darrel Taylor.

    ---> See Here <---
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    Re: THE BOOK of DT INTERRUPTS

    YES, I think its because you tried different skins

    On opera you probably only ever used the default skin
    On your office Firefox PC , I think you viewed a different skin....as part of the...
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    Re: THE BOOK of DT INTERRUPTS

    mpgmike,

    you have admin access to the site, so you can post directly, you can make new pages and upload files

    However, its NOT WYSWYG, you need to use the appropriate markup, instructions can...
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    Re: THE BOOK of DT INTERRUPTS

    Hi,

    i will set up an upload area for contributions
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    Re: 4 bit 7 segment display with two 74HC595

    OK thanks for that

    I think the % is displayed correctly now.
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    Re: 4 bit 7 segment display with two 74HC595

    Thank you Richard, the editor went a little funky and added some crazy formatting, causing the blank code boxes. Its fixed now.

    Thank you for your generous contribution.
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