2023-11-08 (W) EWC_Cyberdeck Wiring corrections

I took my soldering rig to the maker space and modified the wiring that was not working. I am uncertain if the screens malfunctioned because of inconsistent voltage across the pins, but I made that circuit 5V everywhere. Last time, I added a level adjuster board to convert the signals down to 3.3V, but it was a hassle, and this way, I only had to switch one wire.

I saw my problem with the I2C lines. The pinout diagram I used listed the chip numbers, and I mistook them for the Arduino IO numbers. I removed my data lines and reconnected them to the correct spot on my prototyping board.
5V for screens and I2C for encoder boards

GitHub repo for EWC_Cyberdeck.

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