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#1 chris4775
Hello,

I just mounted the LRTimelapse Pro free and everything went well.
I did a test with an Arduino Duemilanove and after changing keyboard varaiables it works.
There are however two "bugs" in the display (the ones I saw !!)

void printRunningScreen ()

   // print remaining time

The display remains at 00:00

and
void printDoneScreen () {

  // print elapsed time when done

The same thing.

I am unable to find the mistake. I looked a little:
- remainingSecs runs and displays descendant variables.

I observe the same results with versions 0.88 and 0.89

Thanks for the help.

Christian (France. Lyon)
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#2 gwegner
You need to configure a running time. If you leave it to "Infinity" (default) of course there is no remaining time being displayed.
This works as intended.
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#3 chris4775
Hello,

That's what I do:

Interval: 10
Mode: M
N shots: 100

T- = 00:00 or 00:01
t = 00: 00
Running Time works fine.

I think it comes from "fillZero" but I'm not competent enough to confirm it.
Thank you.

Christian
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#4 gwegner
I guess it has to be something with the different Arduino thee you used. Please understand that I cannot help if you guys use different hardware than I recommend.

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#5 chris4775
Hello,

Fatalitas, I did not read well.
The display of "remaining time" and "elapsed time" is presented in hour and minute and not in minutes and seconds as I thought. It is by returning to the pictures to post it that I saw my mistake.
All is well then. Thanks for your understanding.
I also wanted to tell you that LCD Keypad and your program work perfectly on Uno or Duemilanove.
In fact I had the Duemilanove that slept in a drawer and I told myself that I was going to wake him up and use it. It's OK
Finally, I will use an optocoupler for more security and manufacture a printed circuit board base with power supply and optocoupler.
Thank you very much for your patience and I'll let you know.
Christian
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#6 gwegner
Perfect!

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Rhysb
2017-02-27, 17:19
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