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  • Custom font without using a memory card.

    Hi everybody

    There is some possibility of using your own font without using a memory card.
    Or a font stored in Flash memory
    I tried the option via #inherit "custom font"
    The problem is that there is little room left for the flash memory program

    Thank you for your feedback

  • #2
    Hi,

    May I ask why you do not want to use the sd card, whereas, there is a memory card slot in the display module?

    As you've experienced, storing the font file on the display's memory will consume valuable program memory.

    Best regards,
    Kayven

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    • #3
      SD cards will be destroyed over time
      I had to replace them a few times

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      • ESPsupport
        ESPsupport commented
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        I think you mean 'normal SD cards'. We only sell and recommend the use of Industrial grade cards with 'Read Disturb' protection. These do not get 'destroyed'

    • #4
      Let me give you an example

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      • #5
        Solved

        I saved font to FLASHBANK_3

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        • #6

          Thank you for posting your idea here.


          We are glad that it works on your way.


          Best regards,
          Kayven

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          • #7
            Today I updated Workshop4.
            The txt_FontBank (FLASHBANK_3, 7) function no longer works.

            Are yam any changes?
            So far, I've noticed that the SPI1_Init function has also changed.
            Original SPI1_Init (SPI_SPEED7, SPI8_MODE_1).
            After the update, it must already be SPI1_Init (SPI_SPEED7, SPI8_MODE_1, PA0 ...).

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            • #8
              Hello,

              Thanks for letting us know.

              We will look into this and I will update you as soon as possible.

              Yes SPI1_Init has an extra parameter to allow for the CS of the attached device to be automatically controlled.

              I hope this helps

              Best regards

              Paul

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              • #9
                If you restart Workshop it will download the R24 PmmC for Diablo, which will fix this issue.

                You can view the changelog from Workshop by clicking File, Options, Updates and clicking 'View' next to the Diablo PmmC entry
                Mark

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                • #10
                  Pmmc Loader / Auto Update and problem solved.

                  Thank you very much.

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