2023-11-21 (Tu) EWC_Cyberdeck Getting mode2 working

I worked on mode2, starting by swapping the text in each column. The changes from mode0 and mode1 carried over, so my encoder values appeared on the correct side. I moved the instrument name so it would not block adjacent text. I saw some unwanted behavior from the Offset and Instrument encoders where they would stop working if I was not in a particular Channel, and it was a mystery which channel was correct.

I hunted down this problem for a long time. It was something to do with making the encoder's absolute position equal to the current channel, which could be drastically different. The solution was to switch which numbers I compared because the comparison's purpose was to detect when I changed channels.
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