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The divide by 2 when calling xyaddr() is incorrect. It is the xyaddr() macro itself that needs the divide by 2. As indicated by the macro name, it is supposed to take (x,y) as it's parameters. 

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On 5/9/2022 at 10:25 AM, inmarket said:

The divide by 2 when calling xyaddr() is incorrect. It is the xyaddr() macro itself that needs the divide by 2. As indicated by the macro name, it is supposed to take (x,y) as it's parameters. 

Hi,

thanks for this tip. As I wrote it was a crude first try. :)

I changed the macro to this:

#define xyaddr(x, y)        ((x/2) + (y)*SSD1322_ROW_WIDTH)

and did see the same correct behaviour after reverting the code line to:

ram = RAM(g)+xyaddr(x,y);

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