2021-11-24 (W) EWC_Panel Prototype PCB rework

I had to clip thirteen wires that I landed on the wrong pins. I started in a hurry and terminated on pins with serial ports. I didn't plan, and it cost me. I added enough resistors for the new wires and left the old ones in place since they weren't in the way. My frustration stacked because I did this to myself, and my soldering iron's tip was rotting away from hard use. I landed wires in their new homes, but I had trouble with gravity since I had to hold the board up with one hand and keep a wire steading in the hole and control the soldering iron. I had better luck when I bent the wire into a horseshoe shape so the springiness could keep both ends in place, and this worked as long as I could land one end of two wires at once. I reconnected the USB and mapped the new connection. One pin was giving me erratic behavior, and a couple of them still don't show up, and one button triggered two inputs. I saw that I would also need to add some debouncing, and one of my switches may need replacing.
Mishmash and crisscross

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