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...along with a diagram showing pin numbers. But sure enough, it's exactly the opposite on the schematic (or in the code, take your pick). Arrrgh.
The terminals to the anodes for each tube. The allocation of anode to tube is:
1. Tens of hours
3. Tens of Minutes
5. Tens of seconds
case 0: PORTD = PORTD | B10000000; break; // PD7 - equivalent to digitalWrite(ledPin_a_1,HIGH);
case 0: PORTD = PORTD | 0x01<<ledPin_a_1; break; // PD7 - equivalent to digitalWrite(ledPin_a_1,HIGH);
And, of course with no display yet, it would have been almost impossible to get out of that mode. But the WiFi troubleshooting steps don't say that, and I was told it must be a version mismatch or circuit problem, so I spent hours going down that rathole only to find it was a software issue.
I was thinking that perhaps the clock needed to complete initial setup before that would work, but don't see anything in the code which says so.
How silly of me to also say I didn't yet have the display running and not meet your expectations.
I'm not really expecting people to be running their boards looking for things to complain about before they even hook up tubes