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« Reply #135 on: March 22, 2021, 01:31:23 PM »

Hi
Well i think i found the issue.
I dont know if that's true but now working.
Becoming tired , i didn't pay to much attention and i become frustrate d
in one point . Simple things made you crazy .I assume exist some order to
create that. I saw later after i delete everythin g and start over , soon you create
a button , will be assigned a variable for that. And that corespond to the ID of button.
My mistake, i was think i need to create my "own" variable , otherwise
the function don't make sense.
Code:
global Gravare=Button("Engrave_BUT_66");
I modify that after i create , to be easy to find after.
I delete again , to start over  Cheesy Cheesy.
Now the big question . " how i can delete a variable from system "
even i comment the function , that remain in system.
I just comment right now , but seems that wont dissapear
after. And was some restarts , even on OP system. I put pic below.

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« Reply #136 on: March 23, 2021, 05:55:14 AM »

Hi Bobby:

 So you need to remove the function. . commentin g it out wont work,
the parser doesnt see comments, it is just looking for function names.
Try breaking up the name while its in comments. Such as

//  function MyButtonC ontrol()...

becomes
// func tion MyButtonC ontrol(//)

 That should do it.

 Your problem is  typical, as you learn you try to overthink it.. but buttons and variables
are very simple in reality, add one and they tend to work automatic ally by their name.

  Good go though, you really seem to have figured it out, no small feat with Auggie..


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« Reply #137 on: March 23, 2021, 06:30:02 AM »


  Good go though, you really seem to have figured it out, no small feat with Auggie..


Art
Hi Art
Yea , true it is simple " when you know" if you don't , not realy.
And you right , most of best solution are the simple one , people tend to
overthink ing.
I finish the interface , work as expected , now become some test's.
Didn't see much differenc e in the results but for one thing i'm sure,
the control is way large and easy to find the sweet spot for material.
I post the schematic , is simple easy and working with no delay
as analog do. The interface was made on the knees " just for test"
but is working . And to be honest i dont think i will bother to made
the circuit board in the future.
I give up with NPN open collector transisto r for function switch ,
seems inducing some bad ripple in the system.
I end with a very cheap MUX and is way better and remain more channels to "update".


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Bobby


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« Reply #138 on: March 29, 2021, 11:16:39 AM »

Hi everyone .
Time by time , getting experienc e . Never work before with
stuff like that .
Seems not only engraving give u a satisfact ion.
It is a monastery from my town . Was made it long time ago
and my wife give me a chalenge .
I hope u like it
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curtea_de_Argeș_Cathedra l

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Bobby


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« Reply #139 on: April 01, 2021, 08:24:37 PM »

wow, awesome. Thats  a LOT of work ...

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