Hello,This note is on the EVShield demo program at https://github.com/mindsensors/EVShield/blob/master/EVShield_tests/ev3_touch/ev3_touch.ino which ran successfully for me several months ago; the only difference was that I used the waitForButtonPress method to detect the GO button press. Unfortunately, the same code is not working anymore (after a long hiatus but a fresh install of libraries from GitHub and Arduino 1.8.2).The init method for the EVs_EV3Touch class returns the value False and in the loop subprogram the methods isPressed and getBumpCount do not seem to be processing anything. I have used EV3 Touch Sensors (two different units) and an NXT model too. I have tried with the ports SH_BAS1 and SH_BAS2 without success. The EVShield hardware is the original model with the TFT UI panel. (Of course, I have not reactivated the UI code for the current exercises).Is there something that I need to pay attention to with respect to the version of the libraries? The examples are essentially the same as published originally (with some minor changes e.g. the GO button detection). Since EVShield.init does not return a completion code, I cannot readily check on its initialization but perhaps that is where I will have now spend my cycles - both front LEDs display a cyan color when I press the GO button in response to the prompt in the Serial Monitor window but that does not offer any diagnostic (at least for me in this particular case). I could, of course, insert a few more lines to test the EVShield LEDs before proceeding with the Touch Sensor example. (done -- see P.S. below).Thanks.CodemyShield.init(SH_HardwareI2C); // initialize the LED related timers and communication with specified protocol...if (!myTouch.init( &myShield, SH_BAS1 )) Serial.println("EV3Touch object failed to initialize on SH_BAS1"); // initialize the interface and identify the connection port as BAS1Serial MonitorEV3Touch object failed to initialize on SH_BAS1P.S.Ran the multi_color_led example subsequently after the initial note above. All LEDs displayed the colors correctly!