@Ellis Engineer Levi Do you have it on Bluetooth because at comp someone's auton didn't work they switched from vexnet to Bluetooth and it worked
Just so you know, using the controller on Bluetooth is illegal in competition. Rule <R11> d states:
Teams are permitted to use the Bluetooth® capabilities of the V5 Robot Brain and/or V5
Controller in team pits or outside of Matches. However, VEXnet must be used for wireless
communication during Matches.
@Reeceyg123 Hi vex community, our team recently attended a competition last weekend. During the autonomous part of the competition, we encountered a problem where the robot didn't run the auton as expected, yet when tested at our lab back at the school or just anywhere other than the competition field it ran fine. While running the autonomous some parts don't complete their task as planned. For example, we coded the robot to drive backwards, go forward, rotate 90 degrees, and then go backwards, lift the arms then go forwards. At the competition, it wouldn't drive the correct distance, rotate the full 90 degrees or either lift the arms. Has anyone else encountered this problem or perhaps knows how to fix it? I attached a word document with our code on. Please let us know if you know whats causing this.
The problem is most likely because you have not included code that should help prevent factors such as wheel slippage, drive overshoot, etc. You should probably add some code to help prevent these things to make your autonomous a little more consistent. Let me know if you want some help writing this code. There are thousands of ways to do it, so don't be afraid to ask questions.