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#2024
Shannon Hicks
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Just do the software fix as suggested above and leave the clock interrupt on A7, then you won’t have to worry about doing any wiring changes. I added the D10 interrupt option on version 0.4 and higher because I thought it might come in handy for people who had interrupt library complications. But it works just fine if you simply use the modified libraries instead.

I’m still waiting for the shipment of boards from the manufacturer, but hope to have them and the protoshields on Amazon by the end of the month.