2023-11-16 (Th) EWC_Cyberdeck Melody screen coordinated

I reformatted where the data displayed so my labels, like "Tempo," appeared next to the numeric BPM value. The encoder reporting was still a hurdle because the Adafruit libraries reported absolute position and they incremented and decremented counterintuitively, so I suspect there is some multi-level math in my future. The values on the screen changed, but if I had an initial value higher than zero, like my "Hi Pitch," which started at 72, I had to crank the encoder several revolutions before the code recognized that it was in a usable range. For something like changing instruments, I could demonstrate how the code captured the rotation and updated the instrument name accordingly.
Almost usable encoder input

GitHub repo for EWC_Cyberdeck.

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