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  1. Where did you get this from ? Currently Uncle Sash, Rappelbox, PinballSP, Ozstick and maybe some others manufacture the controller hardware needed for pin2dmd. So to answer your question - No it is not true.
  2. There are different communication modes for SD cards (SPI,1bit,4bit,UHS-I,UHS-II) Some cheap chinese cards do not support all modes. We need SPI.
  3. The ROM images you get with the patch don´t work for real pinball machines because they use the commpatch from pinball browser which is bound to the serial number of the machine. For real pinball machines you need a ROM image created with your serial number and a connection from the SAM mainboard to a pin2dmd V3 controller. To create such a unique patch you need a licensed version of pinball browser and the macro file from sharkky. We are not uploading macros anymore since there has been commercial use of the work done by the colorization artists.
  4. You need to log in to paypal to get it in english. From my side everything is set to english for the donation button, but it seems that if the recipient is in germany and the currency is Euro then paypal brings up the german page. Edit: Found a way to force the paypal site to english by adding a &lc=US to the Link.
  5. For now you can try Freezys DLL. It still contains the ClearScreen at the end, but I try to add it to pinmame to clear the table on exit.
  6. pin2dmd

    Why don´t you give him a call. Worked for senseless and everyone else who had problems before.
  7. Finally it is working with V2.36 and a modified firmware for the parallax propeller in the pin heck system. Here we did a palette switch test using keyframes.
  8. Most use Eagle but large PCBs are very expensive. To design a second 10x10cm PCB only for the power would be much cheaper. The DC-DC application circuit in the datasheet should work fine for 12 to 5V conversion datasheet.pdf
  9. No ! Still orange. I debug that later for you .
  10. Onscreen it is showing the correct color but on my pin2dmd it is orange
  11. It happens for example if I have checked colorize but no pin2dmd.pal file is found. Then it doesn´t take the settings from pinmame but orange instead on my pin2dmd.
  12. But there seems to be a bug somewhere. It happens randomly that I get a orange palette although I have set blue as color. Is there some kind of fallback to orange?
  13. The default behaviour of my dmddevice.dll and the original pindmd3.dll if colorize is not checked is to use the color which is set under the colorize checkbox as 100% and calculate the rest of the colors to black from that instead of a orange palette.
  14. Your problem seems to be the connection of pin B2 of the Hub75 port Please check the wiring to D5 of the STM..
  15. I don´t see the point here. There is a gerber file on github of the current shield, which you just can take and send it to a chinese pcb manufacturer like elcrow and get a pcb with all possibilities supported by the current pin2dmd and go-dmd firmware. Getting the pcb from china for 10$ plus shipping should be the cheapest way, to get a professional pcb unless you make the pcbs yourself. If you are in desperate need to save some pennys you can leave out components which are not necessary for your usecase. You will end up with a shield with the same functionality like yours, but with the option to add necessary parts when needed. The wiring text is just for documentation and people using airwires. Since most of the >450 users made it without a problem it seems to me that most of your frustration and the problems you are presenting are homemade..