Trouble changing from Gmoccapy to Axis

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03 Sep 2019 00:35 #143985 by docwelch
Sorry - I edited my post but no, the run panel is blank.

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03 Sep 2019 00:36 #143986 by phillc54
Does plasmac_run.hal have any content?

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03 Sep 2019 00:39 #143987 by docwelch
Yes. See attached
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03 Sep 2019 00:41 #143988 by phillc54
OK, for some reason that panel and/or HAL file is not loading.

Edit the INI file and swap the comments.

From:
#GLADEVCP = -c plasmac_run -u ./plasmac_run.py -H plasmac_run.hal plasmac_run_panel.glade
EMBED_TAB_NAME    = Plasma Run
EMBED_TAB_COMMAND = gladevcp -c plasmac_run -x <XID> -u ./plasmac_run.py -H plasmac_run.hal plasmac_run_tab.glade


To:
GLADEVCP = -c plasmac_run -u ./plasmac_run.py -H plasmac_run.hal plasmac_run_panel.glade
#EMBED_TAB_NAME    = Plasma Run
#EMBED_TAB_COMMAND = gladevcp -c plasmac_run -x <XID> -u ./plasmac_run.py -H plasmac_run.hal plasmac_run_tab.glade
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03 Sep 2019 00:46 #143989 by docwelch
That did fix it. The run panel is populated and the plasmac_run pins are showing up in Hal Show. I can run it this way - I actually like the run panel to the side better than being a tab.

Thanks for your help as always!

Steven

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03 Sep 2019 00:51 #143990 by phillc54
I would like to find out what is happening, it is strange, the only difference is the Glade file, could you post the plasmac_run_tab.glade file.
Could you also check if the Config and Statistics Panels are populated.

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03 Sep 2019 01:13 - 03 Sep 2019 01:18 #143994 by docwelch
I've attached the file.

Yes, the Config and Statistics panels have always populated (even when the run panel did not).

Also, if it matters: If I remove the OPEN_FILE = "" in the [DISPLAY] section, I get the same error again. Removing the CYCLE_TIME = 0.1 does not seem to generate an error.
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Last edit: 03 Sep 2019 01:18 by docwelch. Reason: Added more information

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03 Sep 2019 01:48 #143999 by phillc54
Having an open file tries to run the GCode parser before the panels are loaded so that is expected behaviour.
If you don't have cycle time then you may have trouble with the mouse clicks in the file explorer when you are opening a file.

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