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Why backwards or forward for X seconds holds more!!
September 6, 2018
2:47 am
Filippos
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I just use in EdScratch the command “backwards for 1 second at speed 5” and saw that this events holds at about 3seconds!!! 

Why it happens?

Working with Edison V2.

Thank you.

September 6, 2018
11:44 am
Ben
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Hi,

I have tried to replicate this with my own robot and am not having the same issue.

May I suggest replacing your batteries as maybe they are causing some unknown issues. 

If you continue to have this problem could you please contact the team on the support page and provide them with video footage and a screenshot of the program you are running. https://meetedison.com/edison-robot-support/contact-us/

I hope you continue to enjoy EdScratch. 

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