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I've just notice the LEDs from the left LCD display are a little bit reddish , I wonder if anyone else has this issue, and if there is a possible fix, thinking of selling these to buy it again but with zealios.
Some of the LCDs just have a bit more of a tint. Try removing the case to see if that's the problem though.
can you get the LCD to display time and date and temperatures and stuff?
Yes, you can run a program on your computer that writes to the displays via the virtual serial port support. There is example code for it, and I already saw one program on github that runs in Python so it works on Linux/OSX/Windows.
Nope, didn't do it for me, it's not like it is a big deal. Love the keyboard, though, I feel the only thing that is holding it back are the stabilizer, i don't have "golden fingers" i don't tend to nitpick, but damn those are some scratchy stabs, honestly feel better without them, but truth to be told, i wasn't expecting the stabilizers to be included.
oh cool, I totally do Python :D
Here is a cool idea! A program that takes input a text file, where you can write text and have some predefined variables like, time, laptop battery, CPU/GPU temp, GPU and CPU load, and many more. With some more work (does not need to be first release) you can add weather, unread email, and more. In Windows you can have a Tray Icon, (and in more sensible) Unix and Unix like systems you can just use an init script.
A program that functions like the Rainmeter :D totally awsome!
I am not well versed in Python, but if you link to your github, I can see if I can help with packaging and documentation and more.
I will need to do some research on writing these specific scripts, I used Python extensively when I did research in a Bioinformatics lab, this would be different but probably not very difficult.