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UM2 Marlin 1306 oled support?

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I am interested in support 1306 OLED.

Stock Marlin + G8Lib supported it but printer is stuttering.

As I understand new lib works better. But it supports only 1309.

Is it much difference to change code for 1306?

I think about comparing U8G 1306/1309 as a reference to make this support.

Is it reasonable?

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I got it working but only after reflashing stock marin without power off. But if I power off/on I got very dark image. Pressing reset I see it a bit brighter for a second before disappearing.

My setup is arduino 2560+ramps1.4 + SSD1306OLED on my table ( no printer yet)

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