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'it looks like that you took care of that mirroring mistake - did you?'
As I read that pp., the mirroring was taken care of as the 8266 isn't covering the front of the display as explained by G in the video. (otherwise the 8266 header pins would be pointing downward)
I believe Damian is in EST, so probably wont get a response until tomorrow.
documentation mentions something about a mirroring error when making the PCB... from the changed soldering on the bottom of ESP8266 ESP-01 it looks like that you took care of that mirroring mistake - did you?
No offense, but the soldering points look a bit messed... It is difficult to take headers of because heating all the pins at the same time is quite a challenge. Therefore, I usually pray the plastic of the header off of the pins and then take off pin by pin. Risking a damaged PCB header isn't worth saving the header.