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21 Apr 2021 13:50 - 21 Apr 2021 13:52 #206642 by sibista
Hello
Problem, I can't run any gcode, I get this message and then close the QTplasmac window.

Sorry for english. I use google translator.


greetings
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21 Apr 2021 14:09 #206647 by snowgoer540
What version of QtPlasmaC are you on? It is located in the header of the window. It should be v1.0.x

Also, assuming you are on a later version, could you post the g-code you are trying to run?

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21 Apr 2021 14:20 - 21 Apr 2021 14:24 #206650 by sibista
I did the updates today, but I have had this problem for a few days. Even I use the "Conversational Shape Library" is also a bug.
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21 Apr 2021 14:26 #206651 by snowgoer540
Sorry had a break in the meeting I am in so I took a look at this a bit closer. What language have you chosen for the machine?

It looks like it's because it expects 'to' and your string contains 'do', which I am guessing is from the language of the PC.

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21 Apr 2021 14:32 #206652 by sibista
Linuxcnc is in Polish, I will try to convert everything to English. I'll check when I'm at the machine. Good lead, it might help. Thank you very much. I'll let you know later.
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21 Apr 2021 14:49 - 21 Apr 2021 14:53 #206654 by snowgoer540

Linuxcnc is in Polish, I will try to convert everything to English. I'll check when I'm at the machine. Good lead, it might help. Thank you very much. I'll let you know later.


I am fairly confident this is the issue, but keep me posted..

I think see an easy fix that would take the language out of the equation. I'll submit it to Phill and make sure he agrees/it wont cause other issues when I get home from work.

Thanks for the report!
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21 Apr 2021 15:19 #206663 by snowgoer540
Definitely the right track:



I will submit a change to split the string based on whitespace instead. I cant see any issue with that, so long as Phill agrees and I didnt miss some odd case, there should be a fix pretty quickly.
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22 Apr 2021 00:16 #206744 by andypugh
Yes, all parts of LinuxCNC should be language agnostic.
There are problems with , and . as decimal separators in some places, but depending on a specific english word seems rather more wrong.

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22 Apr 2021 00:59 #206752 by snowgoer540
I submitted a pull request to change the code such that language won’t matter.

I’m sure Phill will commit it as soon as the checks complete. :)
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22 Apr 2021 07:03 #206767 by sibista
Hello
The update v1.0.23 2021 Apr 21 solved the problem. Thank you very much for your quick help. :) I didn't have to change my language to English.

Thank you for your help.

Greetings
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