2023-11-15 (W) EWC_Cyberdeck Encoder integration

I wanted to get one mode working per day, but that is aspirational more than rational. I had no percussion in mode0, so I cleared the screen, which worked perfectly. Next, I added the libraries for the Adafruit encoder boards, increasing memory usage from 20% to 24%.

When I started integrating the encoder functions, it was messy. The Adafruit library reports absolute position, whereas I used to rely on incrementation or decrementation, so that is some number wrangling in my future. The color knobs were backward on the potentiometers, and the screens were coded to have the encoders and pots on the other sides. I updated the potentiometer pin assignments to coordinate the up/down direction. When I rotated an encoder, the values appeared on the right-side screen because I mistakenly thought the left side was for melody. There is a lot of work ahead.
Screen information split up

GitHub repo for EWC_Cyberdeck.

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