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Hi Everyone!

 

I have build my first midibox64 some time ago with a big help from igi, on the forum.

Everything is working like a charm, i am controlling ableton with it.

 

It has 64 pots, 53 buttons, and no leds.

 

Now, what is bugging me. The LCD. 

 

I am not a programmer, I dont know C, I have used precompiled Hex file and upload it into the midibox.

 

But I want now that LCD is showing little more than just numbers. I think that is possible, I have search trough the forums

and didnt find how to get that.

 

I have put an image for you to see how my LCD looks:

 

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I dont have any leds on the midibox but the LCD thinks that it does. This is probably because of the hex file.

 

Can anyone explain how can I change the look of LCD to be a little more fancy, 

I dont use the LCD, but it would be great that he looks like I use it.

 

 

 

post-10437-0-94390600-1370286554_thumb.j

 

 

Thanks, Kike

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Hi Kike,

 

unfortunately the LCD customization requires some assembler programming skills - the code can be found here: src/cs_m_display_2x16.inc

 

Only MIDIbox NG allows to create a custom LCD layout based on easy to edit definitions, which are stored in a .NGC file on SD Card.

See also: http://www.ucapps.de/midibox_ng.html

 

Best Regards, Thorsten.

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Hi Thorsten

 

Thanks for the fast reply

I am not going to touch anything, it's working, that is fine for me.

 

I am aiming for the Sid next.

But then I am going to read everything before I start :-)

 

 

Best Regards, Kike 

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