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I've added a video to the 18 RGB LED Block, Humanoid Head with Camera & RGB Eyes and 18 RGB LED PCB to explain how to use them. There have been questions in the past on how to set it up for displaying graphical animation. Here's your answer
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It's time for lots of tutorial videos now that there are lots of features... and more hardware to come as well.
Everything works fine in my projects with ARC so how the video turned out doesn't concern me at all...
Remember your robot is only going to move forward if you have set everything up properly... programming, mechanics, power etc.... When my bots don't work as expected it is 99.9% usually my fault...
2) Correct, the robot does not speak anything in the end of the video even though I coded it in the example - good eye, or ear in this case... However, i'm certain the point of the video is still effective. If not, I apologize. There are no immediate plans to redo the video to add the audio.
I promise you my posts had absolutely no malice whatsoever in them... Try not to see so much negativity in posts. Maybe I am a bit sarcastic and ironic, but I am never outright discourteous...
Have you tried rebooting? re-downloading and reinstalling ARC? Re loading your project.... If I had a nickel every time windows caused an issue with software I was using... well you know the old saying...
You know I have my share of head scratching issues with ARC. It may seem like I am defending ARC just because I believe in it... Well, yes I do... but mostly because when encountering a problem that I thought for sure was an ARC bug it usually turned out to be something I did... So I am reluctant to post my issues because as I mentioned 99.9% of the time it was something I did or changed or whatever....
Steve had something very similar happen last week. In trying to determine if one of the project objects was at fault he imported his project into a new project and everything worked. Something had clearly become corrupt in the original project file. I don't believe it coincided with an ARC upgrade, but might have.
Anyway, importing your project objects into a new project might be worth a shot.
Did you keep a copy of the previous release you can try to revert to? That would be another good troubleshooting method.