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  • #1901
    oli
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    Hi there all

    To learn a bit of Arduino, I’ve taken then plunge and decided to make my own Gameframe as it is a fantastic project!

    I’ve got Arudino 1.01, i’ve installed all the libraries, but when I try and compile the code I get this error message…

    gameFrame_Clock:213: error: ‘class SdFile’ has no member named ‘getFilename’

    Any ideas what I’m doing wrong?

    Thanks

    #1902
    Jeremy WilliamsJeremy Williams
    Keymaster

    You’ll need the SdFat library, as well as the other libraries listed in the README on the GitHub page. Good luck!

    https://github.com/Jerware/GameFrame

    #1903
    oli
    Participant

    Yep, I’ve done that. It still has that error message though. the library is definitely there, if i remove it I get all sorts of errors!

    #1904
    Jeremy WilliamsJeremy Williams
    Keymaster

    Hmm.. he’s made a lot of changes to the library. Try this attached older version.

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    #1906
    oli
    Participant

    Will try that now!

    Thanks

    #1907
    oli
    Participant

    That solved it, they must have updated it.

    Only issue now is that the sketch is a fraction to big, but I will have a play around with that!

    Binary sketch size: 32,278 bytes (of a 32,256 byte maximum)

    Thanks for your help

    #1908
    oli
    Participant

    Just tried the Clock sketch, and that was was fine filesize wise.

    Thanks!

    #1909
    Jeremy WilliamsJeremy Williams
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    The size might be related to the NeoPixel library getting bigger. You can try the attached libs.

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    #1919
    oli
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    Hey there, thought I’d report back!

    I’ve now got everything soldered up and its working perfectly.

    I’ve ordered my materials to be cut as well, I’ve tried to make my design as similar to yours as possible as I thought yours was so good. I’m getting the plywood, black acrylic grid and transparent acrylic front all lasered. Having followed your design, I can see some of the troubles you came up against…!

    Once I’ve got all the bits back, i’ll see if it all goes together properly.

    If anyone else is the UK is doing this, just for a point of reference, I bought the led matrix for £64, and all my bits are being cut for £75, so thats about $210 before you worry about the Arduino board, AC adapter, SD shield etc etc…

    Will post up photos when I’m done!

    #1920
    Jeremy WilliamsJeremy Williams
    Keymaster

    Cool! Be sure to post pictures when you’re done.

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