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I used Windows 7.
I extracted the archive successfully with WinRAR.
Thank you for fixing the issue so fast 🙂
No, it’s not related to the answer.
No. But I don’t want to take out the batteries every time I want to turn my EV3 off.
The previous built worked good with WPA 2 and I can’t think of a reason why someone should take the function out.
Does anyone know how to return to the main menu when using the remote debugger?
Feel free to use the template however you want. But it would be great if someone could test the template before it gets released officially since there might be some problems I havn’t noticed yet. In addition to that, it only works on Visual Studio 2013 since 2010 doesn’t support relative file paths.
I can write a guide if you want but I can’t guarantee that it won’t contain mistakes (language-wise).
Okay, thank you for the information.
Um… It seems like VS doesn’t support EV3 debugging so easy.
What else should an Add-in do what the template doesn’t do yet?
That’s really strange since it works for me.
Do you use LcdConsole.WriteLine()?
Which method of writing text do you use? Can you post your sourcecode? (or at least a part of it)
Just download the *.cs files and include them as normal classes into your project. You don’t need to compile it.
You can get the latest version which is probably fixed from the github repository: https://github.com/Larsjep/monoev3/tree/master/MonoBrickFirmware/Movement
You can either compile the full DLL again or you can include the classes you need without compiling it again.