2021-01-10 (Su) Electronic Wind Chimes EWC_OST

I keep expanding my spreadsheet by adding more parameters. I included three fields for changing the color of a mood, so when I choose it on a screen, the background will be appropriate. After the new parameters, I kept working to extract data from the SD card, but I noticed the program would hang if I didn't have one installed. I created a screen for the LCD, which alerted me regarding a missing card.

Before now, I wrote the incoming data to my serial monitor, but that was deceptive because I read and stored everything as integers, but I was recording integers. When I saw the number "0," it was recorded as "48." My next task will be to recognize incoming numbers and text properly.
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