Looks like this attempt is also going to fail. I have been informed that I am crossing a line by asking programmers to write my user interface. I apologize to any programmers that took my dream UI as an insult to any current UI’s being written. I can not afford to pay the to have this professionally done. So that leaves me with learning the language and learning to flash drivers.
I was told that the language was C and that my UI should fit on a tiny85. Thank you to those that gave me this info.
I will soon start another thread on my Quest for Dream UI. It will be about the UI. And about my progress. I am sure it will take some time.
I have not watched it yet, I am going to soon, apologies for my fast talking and slurred speech. And any mistakes I may have made.
It was one cut without notes, 2 Heelers at my feet and a grandson at my side.
Interesting. Nice diagrams. These are definitely some fairly complex UI ideas, but I like the added functionality. Something I want is to be able to adjust the “bike flashing” brightness level so I like that aspect.
Screw base half turn for power ON/OFF.
Forward click. On-Low. Hold, ramping to 50. Second click (anytime) 100.
3rd click OFF.
Double click, flashing. For those that want.
A lot of you like all these multiple items in there. But. in reality.
How many actually use many of them?.
Reading here, there seems to be quite a few like me. Just want basics with the quality, AND reliability
in the build and parts.
Switches seem to be the main problem in the cheaper units I find.
Put the money from fancy electronics into the switches. and we’ll all be happy.
Some with lotsa flashing. some with basic on/off.
I’ve got 3 good lights here. all with dead or intermittent switches.
Ah well. Excuses for more lights with missus, hey.