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    Quote Originally Posted by Urbanmindz View Post
    The video this is AWESOME. i mean i havent been able to test it out but if you are the creator, you must know what your doing lol.. not only that, but its easy to follow along and make sure all the steps are being done right.. I am sure the videos will cut down on the number of posts on people asking questions on how to do things since they will be able to follow the vids and understand exactly how to get it done. I suggest putting a How To section on your website (and a thread here featuring all your video how to's).

    Its really kool for you to take the time to create this video with such short notice. it shows the great customer service and makes your product much more personable.

    Thanks once again. Cant wait to see more videos.

    I have one final question. How can i make an input send a keystroke when active and then send another keystroke when the voltage is released? (One keystroke when active without duplicates being send, and one when released)?

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    if voltage > threshold, then increment a variable.
    If (voltage < threshold && variable > 0), then varaible = 0 and send key B.
    If (voltage > threshold && variable == 0), then send key A.
    if voltage < threashold, then variable = 0
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    HUH? lol

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    that is psuedo code. Use the configurator and make that. Each if is a logic module. Each then is a then do.
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    which pin on the analogue header is power and which is ground? which color wire do you attach to the steering wheel resistive wire behind the radio?

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    lol sounds complicated.. so each one of those will be in its own tab just like A B C in the original tutorial?

    PS. i know i am going to end up asking this later on so let me get it out the way now.... How would i combine both codes into one XML.. I am assuming i would have to create another input and just keep creating tabs then save the entire thing as one XML.. Steering wheel and Reverse Cam Code all together?

    Thanks alot

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    in FB the Input is the one furthest from the center.. the middle one is ground. (the inner one is 5v but you will not be using this unless you need voltage divider C from the voltage divider section)

    For me the rem control and rem ground are pink and brown respectfully. I am not sure if the accord follows the same color though.. i would do a search on the12volt.com or google the wiring harness color code

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    lol youve already answered your question. take a look at your post

    Another resistive "steering wheel buttons" question.

    the red/green will be your input (from the looks of those values you would not need a voltage divider. i could be wrong tho)

    Connect the center of the FB input (ground) to a ground point in your car. and BAM you should be set

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urbanmindz View Post
    in FB the Input is the one furthest from the center.. the middle one is ground. (the inner one is 5v but you will not be using this unless you need voltage divider C from the voltage divider section)

    For me the rem control and rem ground are pink and brown respectfully. I am not sure if the accord follows the same color though.. i would do a search on the12volt.com or google the wiring harness color code
    I have a sheet that has all the wire from the dealer. Well i think I have another problem with the configuator. After saving everything, I open it back up a few minutes ago and notice that the "then do form" "add then do statement" they didnt save , every time I open the file backl up, I have to retype all the keys commands I want it to send. Check to see if your having the same problem

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    Im having the same problem too. its save in the XML but when re opening the XML its does not show it in configurator..

    Are the values for my car the same as the one in the Civic Post? lol can you confirm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urbanmindz View Post
    lol youve already answered your question. take a look at your post

    Another resistive "steering wheel buttons" question.

    the red/green will be your input (from the looks of those values you would not need a voltage divider. i could be wrong tho)

    Connect the center of the FB input (ground) to a ground point in your car. and BAM you should be set
    yeah, I had the values wrote down, just forgot what wire it was and the pin on the FB.

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