Playing around with Pathpilot GUI

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04 Nov 2017 22:36 #101340 by smgvbest
could you do a few things and do a
uname -a
cat /etc/issue
just wanting to know if they switched to Debian or are staying on Ubuntu

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18 Apr 2018 12:19 #109244 by emptyhb
I start glade affter run rip-environment, but it have a lot of warning. What i'm missing?

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23 Apr 2018 09:06 - 23 Apr 2018 09:08 #109483 by emptyhb
The problem fixed by install gtksourceview package, and i confirm don't need run RIP enviroment before run Glade
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03 Jan 2020 18:24 #153916 by acmethod
This looks great. I'm interested in disabling a few buttons. Could you post the steps you took?

I'm a bit hesitant to just start editing files. Thanks for any info.

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05 Jan 2020 06:07 #154077 by smgvbest
look at the .glade file which is the GUI itself (how it looks)
in each button is a callback routine to the python code. easy way is to remove the call back so it doesn't do anything.

you can disable the button in the gui but I beleive the PP code will just enable it again which is why I would disable the calback

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10 Jan 2020 01:33 #154517 by pbreed
When I launch glade it complains about the tormach stuff being version 2.16
It also complains about no gtksourceview,
yet libgtksourceview 3.0 is installed...

What do I need to do to do glade edits on the tormach UI?

I'm kind of new at this so please be as specific as possible..

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11 Jan 2020 19:36 #154634 by smgvbest
tormach used glade 2.16 to design the gui and have it as a required.
I opened it in 3.0 and changed the required to 3 that got rid of that error

the gtksourceview is because a few files are not where they are expected to be.
i've got a note somewhere on this I'd have to find for what the fix is

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13 Jan 2020 16:35 #154769 by acmethod
What i've been trying to do on this end is create a vitual machine and duplicate the setup of our 'real' machine.

I've tried installing the old verison of glade and gtk, but i'm currently in dependency hell.

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13 Jan 2020 16:37 #154770 by acmethod

smgvbest wrote: look at the .glade file which is the GUI itself (how it looks)
in each button is a callback routine to the python code. easy way is to remove the call back so it doesn't do anything.

you can disable the button in the gui but I beleive the PP code will just enable it again which is why I would disable the calback


I'd prefer to display the button greyed out, or disabled so it's not masking/hiding things from the user. Eventually i'd like to tailor the GUI to suit our needs.

Any idea where the PP code will re enable all the buttons in the python code?

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06 Mar 2020 18:02 #159343 by acmethod
Any chance you could post the steps to setup the environment? I'm not seeing the glade files anywhere.

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