2021-07-05 (M) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH

Now that the accelerometer was functioning, I added the mouse library [link] that I thought would be as seamless as the keyboard version. Unfortunately, since the libraries have a lot of the same dependencies, they conflicted terribly. When I uploaded my program for the first time, my device started boot-cycling until I turned off any phone or computer paired with it.

I removed the duplicated calls in the mouse libraries, but that meant it couldn't compile. Next, I tried moving the mouse scripts to the keyboard libraries, and I thought I made some headway, but since I didn't understand the language, I could only guess at some of the features based on syntax clues. In the end, I never got it working, so I will not have mouse abilities on this device. There are still many uses for the accelerometer.
I corrupted these

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