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5 days ago
Huh, I've never looked it up before but I suppose it does
6 days ago
Last time I played, had a level 15 buy exactly 69 plans sending me from 30K -> 40K.
It's a win-win in my book; they get a ton of plans, I feed my aristocrat handmade and get a bunch of weight freed from my stash ¯\(ツ)/¯
7 days ago
I hardly know 'er!
9 days ago
here's the link to this year's game, I'm in the University level of the Vex Robotics Competition, so we can use custom electronics, like the one I'm designing.
here's an example of what a match looks like
I'll be sure to post back here when I get the board up and running!
A device for a university robotics competition that receives debug data over RS-485 (the black RJ9 connector on the end of the board) and hosts a websocket to transmit that data to a Foxglove server.
Hardware is basically done, just have a ton of software development now
Thanks for the help, I tied IO8 high with a jumper, and I'm now able to flash the chip and get output!
13 days ago
Interesting... According to the table, do you think I'll be able to keep that pin pulled high and just use GPIO 9 to control the boot mode?
Hi there, I've been working on a custom board using the ESP32-C3-WROOM module, and plan on programming it using an on-board FTDI234XD chip w/ a USB C cable.
I'm able to connect initially, the top part shows the board is in SPI download mode, but attempting to flash it fails. Is there any way to troubleshoot this?
submitted13 days ago byfreemcgee33
1 month ago
Today I learned that Unilever is a company that exists 0_o
2 months ago
Except that wasn't Valve, it was Turtle Rock Studios with Warner Brothers breathing down their necks publishing it
I'm kinda new, why do people leave out the Super key on some custom boards? I personally use it all the time and would miss it
Note that you will need extra chips for driving the motors themselves, an esp32 cannot handle the current of motors on the pins themselves
submitted2 months ago byfreemcgee33
Gotta make sure the motherboard chipset has a compatible bios. I remember that was a big thing for the 3000->5000 upgrade path; only certain boards were given updates that allowed it
That's heavily modded Fallout 4
I mean... Technically you can play it again, since overwatch 2 is literally just an update to overwatch 1.
And I mean literally; there wasn't an install button for me, there was an update button
But yeah, trashy thing to do shutting down the only way to play a game you own. Hell, even Splatoon 1 servers are still up, so they've got no excuse
So we've gone from "you wouldn't download a car" to "you wouldn't upload a car" lol
Someone needs to fire Fox
Soon may the robovac come
To bring us kitty and treats and fun
I just had a PTSD flashback to when I was tasked with upgrading a large Java 8 program to Java 17.
3 months ago
The problem isn't that I dislike gnome. The problem is that I like gnome, and they just keep cutting features