2018-09-01 (Sa) Emergency Rotary Keyboard EmerKeyB

Keyboard code was added and modified so that letters could be changed by deleting the existing letter and typing the new letter. It appeared that the letter in question changed with the encoder due to the fast refresh so small missteps by the encoder were not problematic.

A serial connection was opened to monitor the behind-the-scenes data being processed by the microcontroller while the text window at the top of the screen accepted text ‘typed’ by the keyboard. At the time, only the characters from the hexadecimal were entered as allowable but the symbols were arbitrary and based on characters so it would have been possible to put any characters in any order.

Serial output in the window and 'typed' text in the entry field

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