2023-11-22 (W) EWC_Cyberdeck mode3 working

I reassigned the pins so the Prandomize buttons for melody and percussion were in the proper position, and the Mode button was already correct. I am trying to remember what I planned for the fourth button - maybe a Panic button. I started mode3 and listed all the issues.
    ○ Uses the old Prandomize button
    ○ Text columns are backward
    ○ Encoder numbers appear on the wrong screen
    ○ Could I change instruments before?
    ○ Melody screen shows stuff but should be blank
    ○ Uses the wrong pots
    ○ Uses the wrong encoders

I went through the problems one at a time and changed some code that was not a problem yet. For the most part, mode3 was mostly about switching everything to the left screen and using the correct operators, but it was not a fast process.
Percussion appearing on the left screen

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