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    I believe there is still a risk of frying the GPIO chip and I do have the pins protected with a resistor and zener diode (via a rasp.io break out board at the moment for convenience). I'm assuming it will need protection unless advised otherwise! Would it no still b needed if I reconfigured the centre pin to go to ground?

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    Don't take my word for it but my understanding is that by default the GPIO pins are on ground level so unless you activate the Pulldown-Menüs resistors software wise, nothing happens if you connect them to ground.
    If you connect them to 3.3V, otoh, you get quite a bit of current so you probably always want to add external resistors. The advantage then is that you don't need your software to specifically activate anything
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    Which buttons?

    Hi,
    i am also building a Musicbox with picoreplayer and i am looking for some buttons.
    So i found this script, which seems to be very useful, but did not try it.

    But because the script is only useful if you have some buttons, i have another question:
    what buttons do you use?
    I cant find any buttons which have some engraved or painted Symbols on it like play, pause next etc. on it.
    Any body has seen something like that?

    greetings
    cubii

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    Quote Originally Posted by pippin View Post
    I'll play around with some more configurations over the weekend, maybe I'll add another option to use encoders and buttons pulling down from 3.3V
    Pippin, I was just wondering if you have had a hence to update the software? I'd be happy to help test it. P.S. I've put the centre pin to ground but it still doesn't do anything when I turn the rotary encoder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingswindsor View Post
    Pippin, I was just wondering if you have had a hence to update the software? I'd be happy to help test it. P.S. I've put the centre pin to ground but it still doesn't do anything when I turn the rotary encoder.
    Sorry, I wasn't really able to test. My last test system is now away, my old one uses an old RPi1 and is horribly slow and my new test device is a rpi0w which doesn't yet work with piCorePlayer which I've used for testing so far.

    I have created a "testing" branch in the repo which contains a change that should allow a configuration parameter for pulling up/down (last parameter, 1 for down, 2 for up).

    Have you tried "-v" (verbose mode) to see what happens? Don't you get any interrupts at all from the encoder?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pippin View Post
    Sorry, I wasn't really able to test. My last test system is now away, my old one uses an old RPi1 and is horribly slow and my new test device is a rpi0w which doesn't yet work with piCorePlayer which I've used for testing so far.

    I have created a "testing" branch in the repo which contains a change that should allow a configuration parameter for pulling up/down (last parameter, 1 for down, 2 for up).

    Have you tried "-v" (verbose mode) to see what happens? Don't you get any interrupts at all from the encoder?
    Thanks, I will experiment over the next few days.

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    I've read the thread up to here, and the readme on Github.
    I understand that sbpd is a networked controller that needs to be colocated with hardware buttons hosted by a Raspberry Pi.
    In this sense it could be possible to use something like a pi0w as a wireless remote or table-top controller, and provided there is a button/screen to select the target player, control any of the players on the network.

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