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Russ Terry
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@frogandtoad See the notes below with Zander. Bottom line - all's well that ends.

BTW - where did you pick up rhyming slang? UK or Australia?


   
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Ron
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@russ-terry Glad you got it working, I won't comment on the messing around with libraries, but don't be surprised when it happens again.

Those compiler errors are not serious.

BTW, I made a lot of money by just turning the compiler message to max and then fixing somebody's code. I did feel a little guilty taking their money, but it didn't last long. In other words MAX messages. If you see something like that in library code you can probably ignore it, I see lot's of them all the time. caused by lazy/sloppy coders.

Good luck.

"Don't tell people how to do things. Tell them what to do and let them surprise you with their results.” - G.S. Patton, Gen. USA
"Never wrestle with a pig....the pig loves it and you end up covered in mud..." anon


   
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frogandtoad
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@russ-terry

Posted by: @russ-terry

@frogandtoad See the notes below with Zander. Bottom line - all's well that ends.

BTW - where did you pick up rhyming slang? UK or Australia?

Glad you got it working 🙂

Australia, you know... the land of "drop bears" and "dog's eye with dead horse" 😉

Take care fella!


   
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Mo1977
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@russ-terry Did you find out what library he used for the 8266?   I select the 8266 board and get the error

include <esp_now.h>  directory not found.  I can connect an esp32 board and it compiles.  I  can upload the blink sketch with the 8266 board selected and it blinks. So, what library did Bill use?


   
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