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Post Sensor Wizard Setup
I am slightly confused. I downloaded the 3rd party driver pack suggested in the threads, and now get numbers on my brick when I run the test file for the IR seeker.

However I don't know how to make the sensor appear in my drop down menu in the motors & sensor setup. Like to add it to my tele-op or autonomous templates. Did I not do something right? Is there some code I need to add to my templates to go get this driver? This also goes for the magnet sensor.


Tue Feb 08, 2011 10:07 pm
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Post Re: Sensor Wizard Setup
You need to enable HiTechnic and 3rd Party Sensors on the first tab in the motors and sensors setup.

sudo rm -rf /

Tue Feb 08, 2011 10:42 pm
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Post Re: Sensor Wizard Setup
The sensor will not appear in the drop down list. These are 3rd party so I don't get to add them to that list. Did you look at the video about installing the drivers? It's on the main page: [LINK].

After that, you should take a look at some of the examples I've created that come with the driver suite. The ones that are relevant to you are the ones starting with HTIRS2-test*.

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