pilo

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    It looks very nice! Can't wait to the see the inside :)
  2. EA LPC1769 Revision

    Yes ;) Actually I noticed it didn't fit after I soldered the pin headers... So I removed the plastic, and bend the pins.
  3. EA LPC1769 Revision

    Hi! It's possible to bend the pin to make them match the MBHP PCB, that's what I did. But I think it's better if you can get a rev B! You can find some pictures of my bending here : http://midibox.org/forums/topic/18552-lpc1769-rev-c-different-layout-than-rev-ab/?page=2#comment-167161
  4. OLRE16, in colors.

    It looks really great! I removed led rings from my design because I though it was almost impossible for me to fit them in 1.1in channel strip and looks good. But it seems you managed to do it?
  5. Hi @tago Yes, you can print text using different font faces and sizes. It's not part of MIOS, but works by using bitmap drawing MIOS functions. It's still a bitmap font system, TTF have to be exported to bitmap, so it takes a little bit of memory for each font faces and size. Also it's not a full featured font system, for example it doesn't support kerning (could be added, but will take even more memory).   If you want I could set up a better example (the one I posted was just a quick test).
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  11. Hi everyone! I thought it might be a good idea to be able to print variable width font on GLCD. I wrote a simple example using this (see pictures and code in vfw.tar.gz). I don't think it was done before with MIOS? (I made a quick search). The font bitmap are exported from TTF file using a very quick (and ugly) C program based on Freetype (it might be Linux only... Freetype was an easy option for me, and a good font rasterizer). It takes as input the TTF file and a size, which is then exported as a .c file, which can then be included inside MIOS app (one file per font and size).   font.c   vfw.tar.gz
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