2023-09-25 (M) EWC_Cyberdeck Fixing connections and code

I brought my keyboard to a room suitable for soldering and repaired the problematic column, but nothing happened when I tested the keys with my onboard lights. I brought my laptop to check the serial diagnostic, but the Arduino locked up. I managed to get safe software uploaded by timing when I pressed the RESET button as I sent the usable code. The problem was a function I was developing that would let me assign a color to an addressable LED and dim it by a factor, but the process divided by zero in some instances and froze up the microcontroller. I removed the offending math and confirmed all my keys worked.
Serial feedback showing good switches

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