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moodlite Software / Re: invalid use of member function
« on: January 22, 2020, 11:42:51 AM »
Hi! No, I've not got it working completely yet and I agree that it seems to be a writing/reading to/from the EEPROM that's the issue. I am trying to debug it so will keep you all posted. The infuriating thing is that on another NodeMCU Moodlite that I built for a friend it worked! Grrr...

Sometimes reflashing the EEPROM and SPIFFS a few times (this is what I did on my friends system) kicks it into working but this isn't a reliable solution.

The LED flickering, in my experience, is generally due to a power supply issue in that it't not pumping out enough to reliably fire the LEDs. Not sure it will stop it working beyond 9 LEDs though, make sure the connections are ok of course!

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moodlite Software / Re: Moodlite v3 errors
« on: January 21, 2020, 10:48:23 PM »
Try version 2. That seems a little simpler.

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moodlite Software / Re: Moodlite v3 errors
« on: January 21, 2020, 01:54:03 PM »
You need to download the new version of Arduino (as the 32bit version was causing issues). Then advisable to set all you moodlite.ino back to the original version as downloaded from here.

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moodlite Software / Re: invalid use of member function
« on: January 21, 2020, 01:52:53 PM »
I made sure all the libraries were the same version as the instruction and then overwrote the contents of the Mooodlite.no arduino tab back to original and it seemed to fix it.

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moodlite Electronics / Re: I'm stuck at 5 tiles.
« on: June 05, 2019, 02:40:13 PM »
As per Telanis post I managed to get mine working as below:

I had this issue but managed to fix it by changing the following code:

Code: [Select]

// --- Uncomment to reset ---
// Erase EEPROM
//eraseEEPROM();
// Erase SPIFFS
//eraseSPIFFS();

to

Code: [Select]
// --- Uncomment to reset ---
// Erase EEPROM
eraseEEPROM();
// Erase SPIFFS
eraseSPIFFS();

Then uploading both the firmware (Upload button) and then the SPIFFS/Sketch (Tools -> ESP8266 Sketch Data Upload)

After setting the code BACK to the original (with the lines commented out as in the first code excerpt) re-uploading both firmware and SPIFFS/Sketch as above.

I had both the USB plugged in as well as the DC power (not sure this makes any difference) and after doing the wifi settings can change the config in the web interface and the values persist and can use more than 1 tile/3 LED's

YMMV!

SimonSplat

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moodlite Electronics / Re: Issue with V3 only 3 LEDS
« on: June 05, 2019, 02:39:22 PM »
I had this issue but managed to fix it by changing the following code:

Code: [Select]

// --- Uncomment to reset ---
// Erase EEPROM
//eraseEEPROM();
// Erase SPIFFS
//eraseSPIFFS();

to

Code: [Select]
// --- Uncomment to reset ---
// Erase EEPROM
eraseEEPROM();
// Erase SPIFFS
eraseSPIFFS();

Then uploading both the firmware (Upload button) and then the SPIFFS/Sketch (Tools -> ESP8266 Sketch Data Upload)

After setting the code BACK to the original (with the lines commented out as in the first code excerpt) re-uploading both firmware and SPIFFS/Sketch as above.

I had both the USB plugged in as well as the DC power (not sure this makes any difference) and after doing the wifi settings can change the config in the web interface and the values persist and can use more than 1 tile/3 LED's

YMMV!

SimonSplat

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moodlite Electronics / Re: Only 3 leds light up
« on: June 05, 2019, 02:39:01 PM »
I had this issue but managed to fix it by changing the following code:

Code: [Select]

// --- Uncomment to reset ---
// Erase EEPROM
//eraseEEPROM();
// Erase SPIFFS
//eraseSPIFFS();

to

Code: [Select]
// --- Uncomment to reset ---
// Erase EEPROM
eraseEEPROM();
// Erase SPIFFS
eraseSPIFFS();

Then uploading both the firmware (Upload button) and then the SPIFFS/Sketch (Tools -> ESP8266 Sketch Data Upload)

After setting the code BACK to the original (with the lines commented out as in the first code excerpt) re-uploading both firmware and SPIFFS/Sketch as above.

I had both the USB plugged in as well as the DC power (not sure this makes any difference) and after doing the wifi settings can change the config in the web interface and the values persist and can use more than 1 tile/3 LED's

YMMV!

SimonSplat

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