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Took a video of mapping issue.
Computer is here in my home office, and arduino is in my John Deere. So they are not connected right now

I might found the solution for the speedometer issue. Decimals were delimited by comma in my computer. Changed that to period. I'll try tomorrow if that helped.
(Fun fact: had similar problem with Lefebure GPS 10 years ago. Comma->period was the solution.)

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Took a video of mapping issue.
https://youtu.be/t4ClyXfPq3s
Computer is here in my home office, and arduino is in my John Deere. So they are not connected right now

I might found the solution for the speedometer issue. Decimals were delimited by comma in my computer. Changed that to period. I'll try tomorrow if that helped.
(Fun fact: had similar problem with Lefebure GPS 10 years ago. Comma->period was the solution.)

You must have your workswitch enabled. Last tab on vehicle settings. I never spent much time making sure it worked for at least 2 years, but i think it still works. It completely ignores the buttons, the only thing workswitch does is turns mapping on off if enabled. If you want to use buttons again, turn off workswitch.



There is a speedometer issue?


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First run with AOG...
Work switch acts strange. Doesn't map when on. But when switched off, it draws straight the area between on and off point. Took a video of it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rco4AKr6u9s

Connected work switch to D4 just like in auto steer button-scheme. In AOG settings work switch is told to connect to D2. I quess D4 is right?

P.S. Speed says 0km/h all the time...

If speedo says 0, you are probably not getting a VTG signal. GGA doesn't have speed value. You can also just use RMC.
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You must have your workswitch enabled. Last tab on vehicle settings. I never spent much time making sure it worked for at least 2 years, but i think it still works. It completely ignores the buttons, the only thing workswitch does is turns mapping on off if enabled. If you want to use buttons again, turn off workswitch.



There is a speedometer issue?
if you are working in your office goto settings>vehicle>workswitch und uncheck "enable work switch"

or uncheck "active low"
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BrianTee: Put VTG on and now speedometer works. Thanks.

Andreas: Yes. Mapping works now in simulation with "enable work switch" [off].

Now I'm having connection problem. At first run last week connections worked perfectly. But now AOG can't find arduino. With Arduino IDE connection works though.
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You must have your workswitch enabled. Last tab on vehicle settings. I never spent much time making sure it worked for at least 2 years, but i think it still works. It completely ignores the buttons, the only thing workswitch does is turns mapping on off if enabled. If you want to use buttons again, turn off workswitch.



There is a speedometer issue?
My suggestion is to still allow sections when using workswitch. The WS should only disable all sections and/or enable all allowed according to coverage.
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My suggestion is to still allow sections when using workswitch. The WS should only disable all sections and/or enable all allowed according to coverage.
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Now I'm having connection problem. At first run last week connections worked perfectly. But now AOG can't find arduino. With Arduino IDE connection works though.
Can't get any readings from Nano. Tried 2 different nano/usb-cable/computer/usb-port, nothing helps. Just "Oops NC" all the time.
Any ideas?
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Did you properly uploaded sketch to Arduino? Do you see any data comming out a serial monitor in Arduino?
If yes, check the com port in AOG - did you connected to the right com port?
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Did you properly uploaded sketch to Arduino?
Yes.

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Do you see any data comming out a serial monitor in Arduino?
No. But I don't know how to use serial monitor.

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If yes, check the com port in AOG - did you connected to the right com port?
Yes. First com3 and then with different nano the port was com4 even though ubs cable was plugged to same port in computer.

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