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How to reduce FLASH on Uno and other small boards for LCD mode after upgrading to 2.1 RSS feed
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If you've upgraded to 2.1 and are finding the flash usage is too high for your project, then there's a simple fix available from the code generator for LCD screens, choose "Uno - Low memory" in the properties.

Likewise, for AVR the SSD1306Ascii driver uses less memory at the expense of a bit of lost functonality.

Using either LCD in Uno mode, or the SSD1306Ascii plugin should result in very similar memory requirements to 1.7.

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