The gpio pins have changed on the atomic green board compared to all the other colour boards that were prototypes.
Please ensure red is now 11, amber is 13 and green is 21. The button is unchanged on gpio 26
To solder the board start with the header ensuring that the header looks the same as this.
After soldering the header on you can then add the 200 ohm resistors to r1, r2, r3 and r4. It doesn't matter which way round they go as the can be used in both directions.
Then add the LEDs, led 1 is red, led 2 is amber and led 3 is green. Negative goes in top hole closest to gpio pins, positive (longer leg) in the hole furthest away from gpio. If you get this wrong the led will not light.
Next cut the legs off as close to the board as possible.
The button is next, carefully widen the legs so they reach the holes. Cut off the top right leg that goes here.
Update code on git hub now updated to new pin layout https://github.com/ZacharyIgielman/smstext-demo-code
So it looks like this
This will allow the switch to work, if it's not cut it will not work. You could cut the leg off prior to soldering which will be easier.
Once soldered plug into the pi and download from git hub the demo scripts ensuring the gpio pins used are correct (11, 13 and 21)
There's also a perl demo by Zak zebrowski https://github.com/japharl/smstext-democode-v1-perl
To purchase more kits visit ebay and search mypifi led board
Or Tindie https://www.tindie.com/stores/Mypifi/
Demo disco strobe http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLncvi_LKus