Sorry if I mispost in the wrong category. Just joined and I do not know my way around the gui.
I bought a gopigo2 kit through ebay and have been looking for instructions to check if I have all of the parts in the kit and also to start assembling it.
I went through the links on the home page looking for the gopigo2 assembly instructions but i always get redirected to the gopigo3 page. I have tried different methods to connect to the gopigo2 page but I always end up with gopigo3.
- Is there a link that would get me to the gopigo2 instructions?
- If there are parts missing will I be able to buy them from you?
You are encountering this issue because we’re reorganizing a bit these particular days - please give us a couple of days and we’ll be back with the assembly instructions for the
I’m going to associate the
pending label to this thread.
@JohnC, you might want to hop in this one.
Thank you. I will try again after a few days.
May i, however, suggest the following:
- For links imbedded in the text, please make them bolder or use a different color so they will really stand out. I use a PC, win10 and Chrome and I really have to look hard to find them.
- Please add a button to create a new query or a response in the forum pages. Perhaps because I am a newbie but I had a hard time before I was able to send my posting to you.
I am currently teaching a course that involves students using a copy of the Python API that is no longer available on the website. Is there an alternative location, such as Github, that has a copy of the old GoPiGo2 API? Thanks!
We have removed the
GoPiGo2 from our website and we have opted to keep all the documentation for our old
GoPiGos in our
Here’s a link to what you want (it’s made of
Also, @vitugvic, I understand the problem with the highlighting of embedded links on our forums. We’ve been trying to find a solution for it for some time already, but there doesn’t seem to be an option to change the theme in discourse. Sometimes, it also drives me nuts and what I do is bold the link like in this example.
Regarding the 2nd thing, are you referring to a button so that the user can reply to a thread without going over the thread itself? I’m not sure I’m catching this one. Could you be a bit more explicit?