2021-11-06 (Sa) EWC_Panel Additional circuitry in timer panel

I loaded the ClockDisplay example from Seeed Studio and pulled the necessities into a new sketch. Their code used a timer library, so I didn't need that anymore. I started monitoring the buttons, but the first one was a bit squirrelly and triggered unexpectedly. The fifth button was unresponsive, but I broke up a solder gap and began functioning. I thought the erratic behavior was due to floating leads, so I added pull-up resistors to all the switches and changed the pinMode settings from INPUT_PULLUP to INPUT. The first button was still problematic.
Pull-up resistors

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