How can I set a delay of 0 in OLED framed (P36)?

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How can I set a delay of 0 in OLED framed (P36)?

#1 Post by vader » 08 Sep 2017, 19:59

I want to set a delay of 0 in plug-in 36 OLED Framed, but I can't. It reverts back to 60 sec. So, why a delay of 0? It's easy. I want a single-line moving message in the display. But at the end of each text field (from the web form) a get a gap of that 1 sec I can set as a minimum delay. How can I realize this with a smooth scrolling over all fields without the 1 sec gap?

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PS: I use 2.0.0-dev11 (self compiled)

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Re: How can I set a delay of 0 in OLED framed (P36)?

#2 Post by nietbelangrijk » 26 Oct 2017, 12:58

vader wrote:
08 Sep 2017, 19:59
I want to set a delay of 0 in plug-in 36 OLED Framed, but I can't.
Me too.
Using https://github.com/letscontrolit/ESPEas ... .0.0-dev12

I use the display to display the analog delay of a vacuum cleaner to the user. Would be nice if that display would be real-time.
(The project is a system to start and stop a vacuum cleaner dependant on a connected 230V machine. The delay is the time the vacuum runs after the machine is turned off, love espeasy rules :)

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Re: How can I set a delay of 0 in OLED framed (P36)?

#3 Post by nietbelangrijk » 09 Nov 2017, 11:26

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Re: How can I set a delay of 0 in OLED framed (P36)?

#4 Post by TD-er » 09 Nov 2017, 14:01

Well it is probably a bit too time consuming (for the CPU) to run a continuous scroll of values.
In the OLED1306-library the image has to be rendered before being pushed to the display.
So I think (not tried it) there will always be a delay noticeable between updates.
Also the rest of the system will be less responsive (WiFi/MQTT messages/webinterface), since the OLED display takes quite a lot of resources.

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Re: How can I set a delay of 0 in OLED framed (P36)?

#5 Post by vader » 09 Nov 2017, 17:37

This is the reason:

if (timerSensor[x] == 0) // small fix if result is 0, else timer will be stopped...
timerSensor[x] = 1;

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Re: How can I set a delay of 0 in OLED framed (P36)?

#6 Post by colin123 » 20 Sep 2019, 10:24

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