Keyboard shortcuts

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19 Jun 2017 07:34 #94690 by massimodamassa
massimodamassa created the topic: Keyboard shortcuts
I would like to remove the keyboard shortcuts in axes, especially F1 and F2, which are very dangerous.
I tried in the axis.tcl file to comment on accelerators but without getting a result.
Thank you all
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19 Jun 2017 12:15 #94695 by billykid
billykid replied the topic: Keyboard shortcuts
I am trying, when i can i tell you :-)
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19 Jun 2017 12:34 #94696 by jtc
jtc replied the topic: Keyboard shortcuts
The following user(s) said Thank You: massimodamassa
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19 Jun 2017 16:11 #94704 by massimodamassa
massimodamassa replied the topic: Keyboard shortcuts
Thanks for the suggestion, actually adding these lines root_window.unbind ("<F1>") and root_window.unbind ("<F2>")
In the .axisrc file I disable only the emergency and not the power, I would need to delete all the keyboard shortcuts, they are useless and dangerous.
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19 Jun 2017 16:55 #94705 by billykid
billykid replied the topic: Keyboard shortcuts
He means no keyboard shortcut because it can be dangerous to accidentally touch a button and move the cnc.
Is there a way to disable them all?
regards
Mauro
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20 Jun 2017 05:34 #94716 by massimodamassa
massimodamassa replied the topic: Keyboard shortcuts
It's better to call it a shortcut to make damage, but in my opinion I have to act on the file accel.tcl and axis.tcl but here should be answered by emc developers or some programmers.
I do not understand how they may have overlooked such a great detail on so well-made software.
Greetings
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20 Jun 2017 22:54 #94747 by andypugh
andypugh replied the topic: Keyboard shortcuts

massimodamassa wrote: I do not understand how they may have overlooked such a great detail on so well-made software.


The Axis GUI is a keyboard GUI, it is intended to be operated with a keyboard.

There are other GUIs that have different focuses.
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21 Jun 2017 05:33 #94752 by massimodamassa
massimodamassa replied the topic: Keyboard shortcuts
Even with other GUIs if I press F1 and F2 I get the same result.
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21 Jun 2017 08:09 #94755 by tecno
tecno replied the topic: Keyboard shortcuts
Here a simple solution to your problem = make a mechanical cover over F1/F2 keys
Then you can not accidentally use F1/F2.
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21 Jun 2017 08:35 #94756 by massimodamassa
massimodamassa replied the topic: Keyboard shortcuts
I had already thought about it, just wanting to eliminate all the quick keys, the machine's command from the panel.
The keyboard would only be used to write to MDI or edit the program.
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