Vertical Axis GUI for PlasmaC ?

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08 May 2020 10:28 #167024 by tommylight
Anyone thought of using a vertical version of AXIS GUI for PlasmaC, if it was available ?
And how hard would it be to make one?

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08 May 2020 10:32 #167025 by phillc54
I haven't but I think it would be possible.

Any thoughts on the layout?

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08 May 2020 10:46 #167026 by tommylight


Any thoughts on the layout?

Leme mock up something quick....

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08 May 2020 11:00 #167028 by tommylight
Just a quick mock up to get an idea
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08 May 2020 11:03 #167029 by phillc54
I'll have a play around over the next few days and see what I can come up with.

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08 May 2020 11:06 #167031 by bbsr_5a
and this on a 22 inch TV Monitor
that graps the EMI on every ARC on

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08 May 2020 11:22 #167033 by tommylight

and this on a 22 inch TV Monitor
that graps the EMI on every ARC on

Nope, on 24 and 25" monitors, not tv, also i have a 32" HP with QHD resolution.
And i have no EMI and the ARC is cool ! :)

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08 May 2020 11:24 #167034 by tommylight

I'll have a play around over the next few days and see what I can come up with.

Nice, thank you.
Just as a side note, not a must have, just from experience when the monitor is mounted on the machine it interferes with putting material on the table, this way the footprint on the working side would be much smaller.

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08 May 2020 12:07 #167038 by phillc54
No worries Tom, I can't promise anything but it will be an interesting experiment.
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09 May 2020 07:06 #167115 by phillc54
A bit of progress, slowly streching it in the right direction.

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