have you tried using the OLED app? perhaps an outside chance that text color is same as background color? i
am not aware of any debug commands.
The chip used is the SSD1306. If you're opening I2C for direct write from your script I recommend you to read the chip datasheet: https://www.olimex.com/Products/Modules/LCD/MOD-OLED-128x64/resources/SSD1306.pdf
The datasheet has more information and detail on is the mapping organized.
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Great project! Very useful, thanks!
They haven't responded to my ticket at all :(
Just completely ignore it for a month.
Yes sorry missed that part:
@Brad-Buskey Your welcome. :) And share your projects!
P.S. fixed a typo in my code sample.
OK, new scripts have been created, I can now get the screen set up the way I want. All I have to do now is to read in the file and separate the data into the variables. I'm getting there, but slowly.
needs to be split so that I get back
I would really appreciate a python3 version of the library as I'm trying to build a home automation solution around python3 at the moment.
I found the problem. Seems like the file that was created initially by Onion Webapp has all zeroes inside it. The property step was to hit the 'Save to Omega' button to save the actual content into the file.
After doing that I was able to show the image.
Thanks for listening :)
it's fixed, i'll post an update when the fix makes it to a firmware build.
Nice! Here's your test program on my Omega at the office:
works perfectly ... thanks !!!
Mentioned in another post but just to be safe:
Please upgrade your Omega firmware to b236, the cursor issue has been addressed and should be working now
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