Release 2012.08.27.00

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You've created your robot and would like more control and more buttons? Joysticks are great! But not applicable to all applictions... So this release introduces a new control which allows movement with arrow keys, and assignments of any key to scripts.


- New Control: Key Control (located under Scripts)
- New EZ-Script reserved words ($day, $month, $year, etc.)
- New EZ-Script Example ("Say Day Of Week") located under File->Examples

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#1  
The new Key Control is nice. I like being able to assign any key to the movement functions. I do have a question. I can assign any character key, and it works great. But, I can't seem to assign the arrow keys or number keys on the keypad. I'm sure I just don't understand how to do it. Should I be using some escape or alt sequence for those keys? I guess it could be my keyboard, too. It's a wireless Logitech. The arrow keys do work with the Sabertooth Movement Panel.
#2  
This perhaps may be do to the idea that there are a couple keys that need an override routine to be used in the initialization in c#. He has it used in the motor controlers and movement panels however perhaps it may not be added to the key control.
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#3  
Awesome.... Did you build mind reading into one of your updates cause this is just what I wanted with the new time/date related variables... thanks.
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Synthiam
#4  
Glad you like it:)

The arrow keys of the Key Control will control any existing movement panel:D