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prt Posted - 01/05/2024 : 17:12:15
Regarding GQ-RFC1801, I've found that my 600+ automatically sends counts in the form of "0xfff" for every click on the meter. I've tested the heartbeat function, which appears to be unrelated. Is there a way to turn off these automatic clicks?

I'm writing some code that contains a serial buffer to observe the CPM, however this automatic "Oxfff" disturbs the buffer.

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ullix Posted - 01/06/2024 : 00:19:29
I believe there is something like a "third party" setting in the Others (?) menu, which is responsible for making those clicks. Don't recall exactly.

Had been annoying elsewhere too, like here:

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