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remote control edware that works and speed control
October 28, 2017
4:09 pm
billy
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i have tried using the remove control program shared previously in  https://meetedison.com/forum/edware-graphical-programming/how-to-use-remote-control-read-block/

http://www.edwareapp.com/share/Aucwc

however, when i run the program, the edison does not respond to a button press.  I have several remotes and pressing the 1 or 2 buttons do nothing as well as many others.

1:  Can you confirm that the programming of this shared program works?

2:  Can you program a speed control using Bar codes?

October 31, 2017
10:32 am
Ben
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Hi Billy

To use remote controls in a program, you first need to scan the barcodes in EdBook2 and register the remote control button you want to use.

Speed control should be possible with the right code, but it would be a case of using one button to change speed and other buttons to control direction

November 17, 2017
9:15 pm
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I confirm the same behavior. The point is not to press the button play (I have spent bunch of time on that). Just record barcodes and the robot will respond to your remote control.

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