2022-01-16 (Su) EWC_Panel New OLED library

For almost a week, I've had issues with Adafruit's SSD1306 (OLED display) library failing after upload. I knew I couldn't write effective software if I had to cater to the unseen peculiarities, so I looked for other options. I looked through the example code, and I didn't see any clues about my mistakes. I replaced the library with an older version, but the same issue cropped up. I installed ACROBOTIC's library, but even their examples wouldn't compile. I downloaded GuyverOLED version 1.3.2, and it hard-coded the I2C address, but one of the examples worked with my screen and was nearly a drop-in replacement for Adafruit's library, but it didn't have trouble with my String arrays. Some of the scalings were different, so I changed my vertical letter spacing. I haven't had any more issues with the screen. The new problem is a shortage of memory.
So much memory disappeared

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