I am having some interesting behaviour with my sense hat. I wrote some code to be invoked on button press with the joystick. I noticed it seems to be being run twice. So, I took some code from teh getting started tutorial and modified it a touch.
If I run the code below. For every button press of the joystick I get the direction printed twice. Is this intended behaviour and I missed something? It seems far too consistent for a hardware fault IMO.
If this is intended, how do I react to the button press but only call the function once and not twice?
Here is the code...
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from sense_hat import SenseHat sense = SenseHat() # Define the functions def up(): print 'up' def down(): print 'down' def left(): print 'left' def right(): print 'right' def middle(): print 'middle' # Tell the program which function to associate with which direction sense.stick.direction_up = up sense.stick.direction_down = down sense.stick.direction_left = left sense.stick.direction_right = right sense.stick.direction_middle = middle while True: pass # This keeps the program running to receive joystick events