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    Rafi Khan
    @z3t0
    Just as a tldr the only solution might be too rewrite the neopixel library so it doesn't disable interrupts or to use a second micro for ir
    I think so
    Check irrecvdump example
    Marc MERLIN
    @marcmerlin
    not disabling interrupts isn't going to work on an AVR, neopixel requires perfect timing or fails, but it should work on ESP32 which can do this with specialized hardware. Looking at irrecvdump now, thanks
    Marc MERLIN
    @marcmerlin
    @z3t0 updated the issue with https://github.com/z3t0/Arduino-IRremote/issues/314#issuecomment-291054315 Long story short, with teensy 3.1 you can do IR + neopixel on a single chip (thanks to fastled driver that can re-enable interrupts on fast chips while in the middle of updating LEDs)
    Jethro
    @JethroRaji_twitter
    i got this messages dose any one knows how to fix this ^_^

    Arduino: 1.8.5 (Mac OS X), Board: "Arduino Nano, ATmega328P"

    /Users/Jethro/Documents/Arduino/mePed_IR_Starter_Program_0/mePed_IR_Starter_Program_0.ino:3:51: fatal error: IRremote.h: No such file or directory

    include <IRremote.h> // include IR Remote library

                                                   ^

    compilation terminated.
    exit status 1
    Error compiling for board Arduino Nano.

    This report would have more information with
    "Show verbose output during compilation"
    option enabled in File -> Preferences.

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    @gegenSpam_twitter
    hello, compiling the irrecvdemo leads into this error:
    IRremoteInt.h:92:26: error: 'PORTB' was not declared in this scope
    sb knows how to fix it?
    Can I use it with the IRremote library? It has NE555 for 38kHz modulation when transmitting so I do not need to perform this task by MCU
    MD
    @forrestg
    And second question - I have Sparkfun Pro Micro board, but there is not the default pin 13 for transmit - should I tweak library too?
    Benur21
    @Benur21
    First of all, is this chat even alive?
    Benur21
    @Benur21
    K nope
    SHOVON CHANDRA DAS
    @SHOVON1987_gitlab
    hi i am shovon
    i am very much interrest to learn arduino
    anybody help me??
    Axel Gunnarsson
    @Acke_G_gitlab
    Hi everyone, i am kinda new to this whole thing with arduino and stuff but i am trying to make a IR controller car, with two arduinos. I am using the arduino Uno and a motor controller shield, but i cant turn on one motor (pin 3) because the irreccv. uses it too so then i cant controll that motor at all, and i do not know how to fix this... Help?!
    Badr Jumaily
    @bd0r
    just change the pin for ir reciver like that => const int RECV_PIN = 7;
    jmp
    @jmporcelg_twitter
    Hi there, having an issue with a remote returning random codes every time I press, 0 issues with a SAMSUNG one
    the remote is a Philips one, so it could be RCMM or RC5/RC6
    this is the actual remote
    ErikBen
    @ErikBen
    Hello! I am working on a project where i want to receive a string of bits, the string is 11 bits long with 3 address bits and 8 bits of information. I was think about using this library but i do not want the debugging for the remotes, any tips?
    and i am using RS232 protocol for the transmitter.
    Saifi
    @Khan20_gitlab
    Irremot
    Arduino lRremote
    include <IRremote.h> // include IR Remote library
    John Kolade
    @JKolade936
    This is a really dead chat innit
    I have a light sequence and was wondering if there was a way to use the remote to alter the main loop but
    I haven't even gotten the libraries straight
    Oh well
    blyind
    @blyind
    hi
    vykal
    @vykal
    how to instal IRremote library on linux
    (mint)?
    ZiggyGT
    @ZiggyGT
    where can I find the best documentation for the 3.x version? it has been restructured significantly. WHat pins are used? Where is the code returned? what are the errors? I am trying to figure out how to handle when the key is held down and the repeat code is sent instead of the keycode. I try to keep track of the last keycode sent and modify the case to handle processing it.