Screen shots of gui designs

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15 Feb 2013 10:13 #30085 by cmorley
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Please feel free to post your screen design here with a short description.

Please discuss the screens in another thread.
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15 Feb 2013 10:14 #30086 by cmorley
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Here is a sample of Gscreen with the Industrial screen.

It is meant to try to bridge the gap to from linuxcnc to professional CNC machinists used to OEM controllers.

This screen is fully functional and still being actively developed.


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15 Feb 2013 10:18 #30087 by cmorley
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Here is Gmoccapy.

This is a design based on Mocca (another linuxcnc design) and is a Gscreen skin.

This is being actively developed privately (by Norbert) and is not available from linuxcnc repo.


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15 Feb 2013 10:21 #30088 by cmorley
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This is Gaxis.

This is a Gscreen skin made to look similar to AXIS

It is mostly functional, though I am not developing it further unless there is interest.


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15 Feb 2013 10:24 - 15 Feb 2013 10:26 #30089 by cmorley
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This is a sample screen called mapped.

It is screen controls mapped on top of a image file.
The DRO, a few of the button and the Gcode window are running linuxcnc displays.
the rest is a image file from the forum.

it is not available in the linuxcnc repo, it is just a proof of concept.


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15 Feb 2013 19:43 - 15 Feb 2013 19:46 #30100 by BigJohnT
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Dewey just got finished integrating gremlin and ngcgui to touchy and I just took some screen shots of it. What great timing Chris. Even though I don't care for the overall function of Touchy with gremlin and ngcgui added it is working for me while I sort out the exact GUI that I want.

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15 Feb 2013 19:45 #30101 by BigJohnT
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This screenshot shows the popup key pad when you touch an entry box. Notice it shows you what your going to enter on the title bar.


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15 Feb 2013 19:50 #30102 by BigJohnT
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This is some unfinished work on the jtgui and it needs a total overhaul.



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15 Feb 2013 23:32 - 16 Feb 2013 00:37 #30125 by newbynobi
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:woohoo: I like it!

That's my screen.
It is Gmoccapy.
It is based on gscreen and I borrowed the design from mocca a german layout, developed in free pascal.

Here you find a short video:
Gmoccapy Video

If you like to test it, just contact me and you get the files.

Norbert
Last Edit: 16 Feb 2013 00:37 by newbynobi. Reason: added video
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26 Feb 2013 14:41 #30595 by cmorley
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Gscreen with DTG added and homing marks (the asterisks):
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