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CircuitPython Mute Button
# SPDX-FileCopyrightText: 2020 John Furcean
# SPDX-License-Identifier: MIT
import time
import board
from digitalio import DigitalInOut, Direction, Pull
import usb_hid
from adafruit_hid.keyboard import Keyboard
from adafruit_hid.keyboard_layout_us import KeyboardLayoutUS
from adafruit_hid.keycode import Keycode
import neopixel
# time you want to hold the button down before it changes states
BUTTON_HOLD_TIME = 1
# initialize onboard neopixel
# this will be used to indiciate what application is enabled
rgb_led = neopixel.NeoPixel(board.NEOPIXEL, 1)
rgb_led.brightness = 1.0
rgb_led[0] = (0, 0, 0)
kbd = Keyboard(usb_hid.devices)
# This will be used to indicate if muted or not
# please note that an individual will have to make sure it is synced with the application
button_led = DigitalInOut(board.D0)
button_led.direction = Direction.OUTPUT
# Digital input with pullup on D1
button1 = DigitalInOut(board.D1)
button1.direction = Direction.INPUT
button1.pull = Pull.UP
# Defines what the different states of the buttons will do
# Note: in order for the code to work appropriately,
# the keys need to start at 0 and increment upwards.
# Single keycodes commands need to have a trailing comma (,)
# the below keycode commands are for Mac and will need to be
# modified for Windows or Linux
controller_buttons = {
0 : {
'name': 'Space Bar',
'keycode': (Keycode.SPACE,),
'color':(0, 0, 0)
},
1 : {
'name': 'Zoom Mute',
'keycode': (Keycode.COMMAND, Keycode.SHIFT, Keycode.A),
'color':(0, 0, 205)
},
2 : {
'name': 'Teams Mute',
'keycode': (Keycode.COMMAND, Keycode.SHIFT, Keycode.M),
'color':(120, 0, 255)
}
}
button1_in = False
button_index = 0
change_button = False
while True:
# retreive the active controller button
controller_button = controller_buttons[button_index%len(controller_buttons)]
# set the color of the onboard neopixel to match the active controller button
rgb_led[0] = controller_button['color']
# detect if the button is recently pressed in
if not button1.value and not button1_in:
button_led.value = not button_led.value
button1_in = True
start_hold = time.monotonic()
# detect if the button is being held down
if not button1.value and button1_in:
time_now = time.monotonic()
# change the state of the button controller if
# the button has been held down for BUTTON_HOLD_TIME or more seconds
if time_now - start_hold > BUTTON_HOLD_TIME and not change_button:
print('Change State')
button_index += 1
start_hold = time.monotonic()
button_led.value = False
change_button = True
# detect if the button has been released
if button1.value and button1_in:
# execute the keyboard commands for the active button controller
# if state of button controller hasn't been changed
if not change_button:
print("{} button press".format(controller_button['name']))
kbd.send(*controller_button['keycode'])
# reset the change_button boolean if the state has been changed
else:
change_button = False
# update the state of the button1_in Boolean
button1_in = False
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