2022-01-13 (Th) EWC_Panel Showing play rate on the screen

MIDI transmits twenty-four clock signals per beat as I programmed them into the timer panel. Twenty-four divides neatly in many ways, which is why I assume they chose it. I placed the even-divisors in an array, and these will be the first selections when I change the play rate. {1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 24, 48, 72, 96} There are also multiples of 24 that will trigger a note as infrequently as every fourth beat. As soon as I tried to display the numbers on the OLED, it broke and said my screen wouldn't respond. I experimented with more tricks, like automatically truncating the received name or concatenating before it started, but nothing worked. I tried rewriting the array before assigning a name and adding spaces at the end of all the strings so they were the same length. I changed the buffer size, and still, nothing fixed the problem. Once again, I decided to keep moving. I switched from displaying a numerical value to printing a sentence, like "12 notes per beat," which seemed safe.
Changing play rate

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