Thanks for your reply.
I was able to use that and i can see the two leds there in this project but i cannot get it to work.
I plugged the positive part of the led into 3.3vdd and i plugged the opposite negative end into the pins required. The leds stay turned on and do not turn off.
I need the LEDs to only turn on when the capacitive part is pushed.
I am also having trouble getting the i2c i added working so i can access tuner.
I have added the components which i believe to be correct but i am wondering if i need to add some code which is the part i am not good at.
Please post your code by clicking on file and then Create Workspace bundle and attach it to a new Comment by clicking on add Attachments.
You need a 150 ohm resistor in line with your LED's to prevent damage to your leds.
All the examples i have found and you have shown all seem to have control LEDs by adjusting brightness etc..
I simply need it to turn off and on.
What I have done is using the file I have created that works with my single electrode drawn in the top view what i really need it to do.
I am unsure if it will work when you look at file or not but you will get a good idea of why i am having trouble.
I think i need the PWM component but unsure if that is indeed the correct one or how that works.
I have attached below.
Test.cydsn_.zip 2.0 MB