Ok, Let me see if my understanding is right:
these are the the pins I have:
the differences are on: B-, G-, A+, R-, the others are the same as the ones in the tutorial.
Reading this, I think that A+ should be the "common" anode for three colors and should be connected to +3.3v
B-, G- and R- are cathode of each RGB color, and should be connected to the negative.
Connecting all three negatives, will light up all colors equally and the back-light color can't be changed.
To be able to control the back-light color "mixture", I should connect R-, G- and B- separately. These are my assumptions, so please correct me if I am wrong.
So, to have this display connected to an Arduino-like and have full color support, what would be a recommended wiring?
I think that I saw anywhere a 9 wire connected display like this (also an ST7565) and it was able to change it's color by software. (example http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RzdK7Tdi6c8
on youtube) Can you please clarify this?
Thanks for your support.