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    Servo driver board is no longer available

    Most people now use AXE231 for servos, it has the same 3 pin headers but is physically smaller than the AXE024 was, hence the reason it has been more popular in recent years.
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    Feature request Named Pipe Plugin

    Any custom development like this needs to be weighed up financially against the cost of the time required to do it, at present we have no other use case for this proposed function and so it is not viable. However it will remain on our future request list, this may change in the future.
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    Motor block customization

    You cannot edit the motor block but you can add a custom block. As already requested, we cannot do anything at all until your provide a fully tested table of high/low commands required for each of all the 9 states. Look at the basic output, for instance, of the AXE020 - this will give you 9...
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    AXE401 Out of stock. Is this a temporary situation ?

    There are no short term plans for another batch of assembled, the (cheaper) self assembly pack has always been much more popular.
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    AXE401 Out of stock. Is this a temporary situation ?

    The self assembly kit is in stock and available here:
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    Motor block customization

    We need a table of the state of all necessary outputs in each of the 9 movements (including stop). So if the user selects forwards (for the robot) which pins are high and which are low?
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    Motor block customization

    Please provide a on/off table of all 4 pins for what you want forward/backward/stop/turn left/turn right (of the robot) to be. For instance if the motors are on opposite sides of the robot you may actually need one motor going forwards and one motor backwards for the robot to physically move...
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    MacAxePad needs to be updated for 64 bit for future compatibility

    Yes, it will be updated when required. Also you can always use Blockly online at as well. It is actually only the (separate) Mac compilers that are 32 bit, the other 'frontend' of the software will already compile to 64 bit. We are always reluctant to change the core...
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    ASCII character set used by PE6

    Depends on how you are using them. Most use of 'extended' is within LCD or OLED work, and they all vary, so you need to check which font set your actual module uses (by looking at its specific datasheet).
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    Motor block customization

    You can design your own blocks already for use with PE6. Email us your exact requirements and we will show you an example.
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    Using Ohmmeter in simulation

    These are messages from the simulation engine, so we suspect you would need to speak to labcenter about this.
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    Grove LCD series compatibility

    Please buy it and try it (we don't have one). If it doesn't work already we'll update Blocky in the next release so that it does work, it should be a very simple change.
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    Picaxe VSM and dacsetup

    It is not possible for a virtual simulation to be 100% identical to the real chip silicon, although it is a very good approximation there will always be some differences. The simulated model does not have a DAC module, and hence the DACsetup command is not supported either.
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    14M2 interrupt error in model

    To be able to look at this further we will need copies of your .dsn file and .bas files, please send by email.
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    14M2 interrupt error in model

    Normally this type of VSM issue is where the simulation does not have a common simulation ground (e.g. the external components (which should be a digital resistor to switch) accidentally do not use the same two power rails as the PICAXE model). SETINT OR 0x00, 0x03 is the same as 'is not'...