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The only thing i can do is clicking the power button to see some activity in the spinscope window and the red led from my propplug
Tumbler wrote: »
Spinscope and propeller are working perfect.
When i take my tablet and browse to the laptops ip (running spinscope and connected to the prop) the whole thing is working.
So it's my browser on the laptop.
Heater. wrote: »
Somewhere around here it was recently said that the xmlhttprequest used to communicate between browser and
server was not working on IE despite attempts to make it do so.
Why anyone is using IE anyway is a mystery.
Sometimes, when I leave the browser open a great length of time, I have to close the DOS box, and re-open, then refresh the localhost.
Clock Loop wrote:
Any plans to code a version that will utilize the propscope?
....do sincerely hope it morphs into a stand-alone exe without having to go through a browser...
Can you compile a Windows EXE for me to test?
t := cnt
c |= ina
until (cnt - t => clkfreq / 100)
repeat i from 0 to 3
Scope spin seems to be a great tool .
For me , however, no analog signals are displayed .
I tried the analog outputs PIN 10 and 11 in the program
Test Bench ( John Ahlebrand with the propeller signal generator )
portray . As there are signals sawtooth, triangle , sine, square and special
User signals. With viewport there is a good representation.
With spin Scope has unfortunately only digital signals.
How to enable ports to
that they can play analog signals.
For help in advance thanks.
Future plans include:
1. Add an "analog" scope capability that samples DUTY mode output on a pin over an interval.
Videomachine wrote: »
schade, dass der analoge Ausgang noch nicht implementiert wurde.
Das Bild von "Heater" vom 31.10.2014 sah so aus als sei die Aufzeichnung auch analoger