Display problem plasmac V.0.124

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14 May 2020 09:15 - 14 May 2020 10:44 #167714 by Clive S
On screenshot_1 the feed override is masking the pause motion bit

On screenshot_2 it appears to be in some sort of portrait mode this was achieve by just dragging the screen display around from the title bar or just by clicking on the square next to the cross on the title bar

I think this happened on update to V0.124 from v0.123


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14 May 2020 09:27 - 14 May 2020 11:30 #167715 by phillc54
What font size do you have for axis?
What is your monitor resolution?
What Linux distro and version?
LinuxCNC 2.8 or 2.9?

The first issue is because I originally disabled the Override Limits checkbox and I re-enabled it but forgot to make some room for it. I will fix that tomorrow.
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14 May 2020 11:51 #167724 by Clive S

What font size do you have for axis?
What is your monitor resolution?
What Linux distro and version?
LinuxCNC 2.8 or 2.9?

The first issue is because I originally disabled the Override Limits checkbox and I re-enabled it but forgot to make some room for it. I will fix that tomorrow.


What font size do you have for axis? 10
What Linux distro and version? It shows 2.9 in the screen shot
Not sure on the monitor res.

I had not changed anything from V0.123

I have changed the ini file from 1 to 0
the window size for the Axis GUI, 0 = minimum size to suit font, 1 = maximized
MAXIMISED = 0

That has corrected it but then I have to click the max button in the title bar at the top to make it full screen. which is fine.
but the feed override is masking the pause motion bit as before

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14 May 2020 11:57 #167725 by phillc54
2.9 is the LinuxCNC version.

Are you using Debian 8, 9 or 10 or some other distro?

Is it masking paused motion even when maximised?

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14 May 2020 12:27 #167726 by tommylight
Based on the background colour, he is using stretch.
And that sure looks like a very low resolution monitor, most probably 1024X768
Yup it is 1024x768 as can be seen form the picture info below

Try lowering the font size to 9.
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14 May 2020 12:35 #167727 by phillc54
Thanks Tom, where did that pic come from?

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14 May 2020 12:37 - 14 May 2020 12:39 #167728 by Clive S

2.9 is the LinuxCNC version.

Are you using Debian 8, 9 or 10 or some other distro?

Is it masking paused motion even when maximised?


Linux Brix 4.9.0-12-rt-amd64 #1 SMP PREEMPT RT Debian 4.9.210-1 (2020-01-20) x86_64 GNU/Linux

Phill I have also noticed that when running a prog. then hit pause or stop. the MDI does not respond ie. g0x0y0 produces no motion. I can jog manually the mouse is working fine if I go the the machine tab and home say z it does not work. to sort it I have to reload Plasmac.


I have attached the gcode.

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File Name: Clivegantr...x400.ngc
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To be clear I have done a find/replace $2 to $0 on it because the torch would not fire with $2

Edit is it possible to go back to version 0.123
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14 May 2020 12:43 #167731 by phillc54
I will check it out tomorrow.

I also forgot that 2.9 also has active gcodes in the main screen now which also take up some extra room. Ain't progress a wonderful thing.

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14 May 2020 12:45 #167732 by phillc54
Do you have multitool enabled in your connections Hal file?

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14 May 2020 13:03 #167736 by tommylight

Thanks Tom, where did that pic come from?

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