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  • ESPsupport
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    Can you use file zip project and send it to mark at 4dsystems dot com dot au and I'll have a look at it, but I doubt there will be much that can be done

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  • tonton81
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    code no data yes, your videos and pictures should be on the usd actually

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  • Norfo
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    Unfortunatly I should use 2 keyborads: one for num keys and one for chars. If i will use Visi and create the same 166 elements, should I expect that the code will be smaller? Is any way to use SD card space for keeping code?

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  • ESPsupport
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    Run flash is the 'optimal' for memory.

    Keyboards use the most, I hope you can get away with just one by juggling the code a bit.

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  • Norfo
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    Originally posted by ESPsupport View Post
    What destination have you got selected in the project options

    How many objects have you got in your program? (use View, object locations)

    If you truly have exceeded the available code space, maybe it would be better to use a Diablo based display, but we'll see
    I used "Run Flash". I have 166 objects such as 1 "Sounds", 1 "Video", UserButtons, Strings and 2 keyboards.

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  • ESPsupport
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    What destination have you got selected in the project options

    How many objects have you got in your program? (use View, object locations)

    If you truly have exceeded the available code space, maybe it would be better to use a Diablo based display, but we'll see

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  • Norfo
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    Here it is
    Attached Files

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  • tonton81
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    can you take a picture of the error on your screen? if its a popup or in the console of workshop, it may help us

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  • Norfo
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    It didn't help!

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  • Norfo
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    tonton81, yes I'm using genie. I didn't try rmpet. As I understand it can help me with large program. Thanks!

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  • tonton81
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    i assume your using genie, did you try rmpet on the sdcard to repartition it for the display?

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  • Norfo
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    So I have bought the license for this product. My project open well. But there is another BIG problem. It is not possible to compile program. When i do this I have an error: maximum size of14400 for device has been exceeded (code required 14712). Is 14400 maximum available memory? Is there are any ways to optimize code size?

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  • tonton81
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    he probably enabled the trial of pro in workshop and used the slider, after the week was over it locked him out of his own project

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  • ESPsupport
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    You have only included the .4dgenie file. you also need, at least, the .imgdata folder and its contents

    To add a smartslider would have required the PRO version, so I don't follow how you managed to get this into your project without the PRO version.

    If you try to open a project that requires PRO from 'normal' workshop you should get a message saying that PRO is required to open this project and that's about it.

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  • Norfo
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    So, I understade that the reason of this is that i used graphical element smartSlider. I open my project file in txt editor and delete all of this elements, and all waorks well. But why I can use SmartSliders? Is it only possible in pro version of Workshop?

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