Some notes on installing this program.
Click on the zip file and select save. You can save it anywhere you want.
When downloaded right click on the file and select extract all.
Click Next, then browse, then my computer, then Local disk C:, then click OK. when it's done, click Finish.
Open Windows Explorer or navigate to the C:\macros folder. You should see the following files.
LynxSimpleSEQ_Beta10.exe <- this is the program file.
macros4.fsm <- this is the source code for FlowStone.
Macros.txt <- this is where the macros are stored.
ReadMe.txt <- Some simple instructions.
Right click on the exe, select Send To, Desktop (create shortcut)
Find the shortcut on the desktop and double click to open it. Because this is a program we created, it's not digitally signed through Microsoft... If you get a message saying The publisher could not be verified, uncheck the Always ask before opening this file box, then click run.
First select the proper com port with the pull down. The first three buttons have macros already written. Clicking on macro 1 will send position commands for servos on pins 0,1 and 2. Then it will pause long enough for the servos to move into position, then jump to macro 2, etc.
In Edit Mode it will send the commands, but ignore the jumps. In Play Mode it will send the commands and do the jumps.
Let me know if anyone has any questions.
FlowStone rocks! and it's free. You can even pay for exe's as you need them.
Jim Frye, the Robot Guyhttp://www.lynxmotion.com
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