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joshf
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Is there any way to search the Massdrop comments? There is so much useful information, but very difficult to find anything. Its a little awkward that info is scattered across this Discussion and the forums at input.club, but at least the input.club forums are searchable.
At the risk of repeating a question (I'm pretty sure I remember reading someone had the same problem) - is it normal for only the right side LCD to change its state when I change layers? For example, if I press the LOCK-1 (default config) key, my left LCD flashes, but stays with grey background and I:C logo, and the right LCD changes to red background, and the number 1. Should both LCDs change to the red background when things are working properly?
UPDATE: I knew this issue sounded familiar. The solution is to upload the latest version of the firmware to *both* keyboard halves (this great walkthrough reminded me http://www.burritoware.me/proj/infinity-ergodox/). I had just upgraded the right side. After updating both sides, the LCDs are in sync. Going forward, I'm pretty sure you only need to make updates to the side that you connect to the computer.
Nov 1, 2015
terrypchan
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Pretty sure this is incorrect. You have to flash both sides of the keyboard ALL the time, if you update your keyboard at all. Both the configurator tool and the kll compiler generates BOTH (left and right) keyboard binary files for a good reason.
Nov 1, 2015
Iaeen
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No, joshf is correct. Only the firmware on the master node controls the chain. The only reason to flash both sides is if you want to be able to switch which side is plugged into the computer (or you're OCD like me). The configuator and the controller build script make both sides because the creators don't know which side you are using as the master node, and outputting both is easier than giving in you a choice.
Nov 1, 2015
dragon788
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