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    I'm new to this i have absolutely no experience with this. My friend introduced me to the fusion brain and we're trying to make it work. using mdx i cant even figure out how to make a button. i've been lurking the site for hours reading and reading. can someone help me make a button using mdx just to turn on a relay using my FB. thank you my email is [email protected]

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    Originally posted by kylekonvick View Post
    I'm new to this i have absolutely no experience with this. My friend introduced me to the fusion brain and we're trying to make it work. using mdx i cant even figure out how to make a button. i've been lurking the site for hours reading and reading. can someone help me make a button using mdx just to turn on a relay using my FB. thank you my email is [email protected]
    Use the ninja kitty wizard to create a button that controls an output. Then go look at the logic so you can get an idea of how the graphical editor is used. That the simplest way to start. Eventually it is handy to be able to edit the code directly but if you don't have any idea, you might as well stick with the configurator and use the gui for now.

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      thanks i'll give it a try!

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        Originally posted by acbusdriver View Post
        Use the ninja kitty wizard to create a button that controls an output. Then go look at the logic so you can get an idea of how the graphical editor is used. That the simplest way to start. Eventually it is handy to be able to edit the code directly but if you don't have any idea, you might as well stick with the configurator and use the gui for now.
        +1

        That's a good way to learn.

        Basically you need to make a FB instance. Then a digital output instance. Then you go into the graphics where you can tell a button to turn on that digital output which is tied to that fusion brain.
        Fusion Brain Version 6 Released!
        1.9in x 2.9in -- 47mm x 73mm
        30 Digital Outputs -- Directly drive a relay
        15 Analogue Inputs -- Read sensors like temperature, light, distance, acceleration, and more
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