That's just because the 6 meter circle doesn't fit in the room. I have them like that only to be able to see the screens.
So i read somewhere that the a1400 does not have a batter sensor in it.
Since I am not familiar (right now) with TortoiseSVN I think it would be too much work to insert all the changes manually.
Do you think your changes / patch will go into trunk?
1. Do I have to change some hardware address to read the middle terminal value from my S110?
2. Do you have a (simple) lua script where it is shown how to read the middle terminal value using the HP timer?
Meanwhile I will learn more about TortoiseSVN may there is a possibility to use it in combination with my Eclipse development environment.
@waterwingz: I uploaded the image to imgur.com and embedded the link using 'insert image' but as you can see it only appears a small icon with question mark - the image is missing
Not sure why you'd want to do that - they are independent patches.
What do you think how fast a change of the resistor value (by my microcontroller) can be detected by the S110 and your patch?
Can I patch it into the latest trunk (Revision 3423)? Are there any other preconditions to consider?
What about the HP timer patches are they included in 3423 aleady or do I have to add a patch also?If I have to patch also what I have to patch first?
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