I’m looking to go beyond the four data lines on the Proffieboard v2.2 soundboard that I have on-hand & I’d like to use one of the pads such as the button 3 pad as a data 5 pad, if it is possible.
Better minds than mine will know for sure, but I imagine it would need extensive rewriting of key parts of the OS to make it work. Can you not achieve the same thing using sub-blades for your install?
That’s what I said. But for what it’s worth,
aux2Pin = 22, // AUX2 button PB4 bladePin = 16, // blade control, either WS2811 or PWM PA0 blade2Pin = 1, // PB10 blade3Pin = 17, // PB3 blade4Pin = 0, // PA4 blade5Pin = 8, // PA15 (also UART) blade6Pin = 9, // PA02 (also UART)
You can use any pin that hooks up directly to the CPU to drive pixels. This includes data1-4, rx,tx and button1-3 for a total of 9 possible data lines.
Wow! How wrong was I! LOL!
Great info for the toolbox!