Jeff wrote: ↑
Wed Mar 13, 2019 12:46 am
This is very very weird. I have just retried myself the rotary settings and all appears to work fine. How is connected your rotary ?
For the rotary encoder left/right directions, I've connected it up as per (i.e. DIR and CLK pins):
And for the rotary encoder switch it is connected as per (i.e. JA pins):
The main difference is that I'm using an RBG rotary encoder, as per:
http://www.g7smy.co.uk/2015/01/rotary-e ... bSswrbcdlc
So, for the switch part I had to use an RTL inverter circuit to invert the 3.3V or 5V switch signal. However, this is just for the switch button part of the rotary encoder, and should be different from the direction part.
The issue I'm having is the direction part of the Rotary encoder and there is only one way to connect that up - to the DIR and CLK pins. However, for the ground pin I have used the JB ground pin. I assume it does not matter which ground pin/point I use as long as the rotary encoder is connected to the DIR and CLK pins?
I've tried using a normal rotary encoder and the same issue occurs - it moves to the next file on both the rising and falling edge of each detent (i.e. on 'z' and 'y' points in image below) of the rotary switch:
(I'm sure you know the above technical details already, but I just want to make sure I am explaining myself clearly)