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    connecting and programming lcd displays connected to a picaxe 18m

    @B4Lamb: This is where the "Bonjour Enfin!!" (LCD with backpack on 08M2) program came from: http://electromag1.wifeo.com/lcd-i2c-expandeur-pcf8574.php The site is in french, but google translate should be able to handle that. There's a program for reading and displaying potentiometer values...
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    connecting and programming lcd displays connected to a picaxe 18m

    IMHO = In My Humble Opinion. It's usually used by people who know what they're talking about but don't want to sound cocky. It's not a humble opinion at all, it's the statement of a fact. I don't have a humble opinion. I intervene here when I've done what the asker wants to do. The best...
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    connecting and programming lcd displays connected to a picaxe 18m

    They all say that! Are they a secret, or can you share them? Probably everyone who didn't buy stupid lcd's... :) Then have a look at this thread Mortifyu's emphasis that his code DOES work leads me to think he couldn't get mine to work. I did...
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    Losing hours over stupid lcds

    Hello, Ages ago, I bought a couple of cheap, non-stupid lcd screens. I wired them up to see if they worked, and they did. I haven't touched them since. One is with the backpack and is connected to a 08M2. The other is without the backpack and is connected to a 20X2. Both are covered in dust...
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    Issue with AXE027 driver for windows 10 ( does not allocate a virtual COM port ? )

    I'm not a Windows user, so I have no way of testing this suggestion: I think you could immunise yourself against any more Windows cockupgrades by changing your cable's PID to the default 6001, and using the default FTDI driver (not the Picaxe driver).
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    Is PICAXE support for Mac officially dead?

    Let's not lose sight of who caused all this trouble. The world's wealthiest business that can't be bothered to make life easier for its customers. I was going to suggest creating a linux live usb stick to boot into, and use LinAXEpad for programming. Apple make it so difficult even Linus...
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    Is PICAXE support for Mac officially dead?

    Rev Ed has still not got the axe027 pid accepted (at least not in Linux) in the Future Technology driver's list of valid pid's, and probably never will. That can (and does) cause problems. Two solutions: Change the cable's pid to the standard 6001 Make your own cable
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    Interfaçage 20M2 avec un capteur i2c...

    Je ne vous invitais pas à lire la doc. Vous aviez du mal à trouver un mot clé pour faire une recherche sur le forum, je vous en ai donné un: hi2csetup. Et la source pour en trouver d'autres: le manuel 2.
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    Interfaçage 20M2 avec un capteur i2c...

    Bonjour, Essayez avec une commande du manuel 2, comme "hi2csetup".
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    AXE027 Cable - Code 39 Error

    On this page it says: If a USB device is generating the Code 39 error, uninstall every device under the Universal Serial Bus controllers hardware category in Device Manager as part of the driver reinstall. This includes any USB Mass Storage Device, USB Host Controller, and USB Root Hub...
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    AXE029 QUESTION

    Deleted. This Forum is POLITE! eclectic
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    AXE029 QUESTION

    I still haven't found those. The question was: "Are you THAT BAD at soldering?". Nothing insulting, just direct. For you to make such a fuss about soldering a few bits and pieces I thought maybe you had some kind of handicap, in which case I would have posted a breadboarded circuit for a...
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    AXE029 QUESTION

    If you were using an 18-pin picaxe, you could do this: By changing the jumper position, you can make the adapter's pins line up with those of a 28 or 40 pin picaxe. You're using a 20-pin picaxe so you'll have to use jumper cables and connect them according to how you decide to place the jumper.
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    Loosing PicAxe chips

    My bad. It didn't make sense to anyone. It seems the only thing that's changed between a circuit that works and one that doesn't, is the download cable. I vaguely remember a problem concerning the dimensions of the plug where they didn't quite match with the internal dimensions of the socket...
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