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Offline gflorez

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Expansion connector pin-out
« on: 2024.January.26. 18:50:00 »
I can't stand it....

I am grateful to Zozo for his information pages. And the pin-out page is one my most visited....

But the actual view of the external connector pin-out is for me always a source of possible errors....

Why?   Because my usual way to see that connector is from the user point of view in front of the keyboard, or with the EP turned 90 degrees clockwise, looking frontally to the expansion connector. Or I can see the port replicated by the Bus Expander. 

I would like it described as this:

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Ok, this is only a joke, but what do you folks think about it?

Offline Tuby128

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Re: Expansion connector pin-out
« Reply #1 on: 2024.January.26. 21:14:24 »
A sketch is needed to show which one is the A and B and the pin-1.

Offline gflorez

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Re: Expansion connector pin-out
« Reply #2 on: 2024.January.26. 23:39:18 »
It is already written at the start of the Pin-outs page:

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All EDGE connectors on the EP are named the same, B is up and 1 is left, always when looking frontally at the connector.
« Last Edit: 2024.January.26. 23:44:34 by gflorez »

Offline BruceTanner

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Re: Expansion connector pin-out
« Reply #3 on: 2024.January.27. 11:09:25 »
I have to remember to remember that b does not mean bottom! :lol: :twisted: :smt021

Offline Zozosoft

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Re: Expansion connector pin-out
« Reply #4 on: 2024.January.27. 11:58:37 »
I have to remember to remember that b does not mean bottom! :lol: :twisted: :smt021
But in Hungarian a mean alsó (=bottom in Hungarian) :ds_icon_cheesygrin: