QTVCP Bugs?

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21 Dec 2020 13:48 #192644 by cmorley
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If you want to completely get rid of jogging/homing lines add this to the top of the qtvcp handler file:
from qt5_graphics import Lcnc_3dGraphics
Lcnc_3dGraphics.colors['backplotjog_alpha'] = 0.0

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21 Dec 2020 13:59 #192647 by snowgoer540
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If you want to completely get rid of jogging/homing lines add this to the top of the qtvcp handler file:
from qt5_graphics import Lcnc_3dGraphics
Lcnc_3dGraphics.colors['backplotjog_alpha'] = 0.0


Will that get rid of them at all times, or just when homing?

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21 Dec 2020 14:06 #192648 by cmorley
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all times

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21 Dec 2020 16:48 #192669 by snowgoer540
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all times


So one could set it to 0.0 when home is clicked and have it go back to ... whatever it was after?

What color (number) is it originally?

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21 Dec 2020 20:23 #192693 by cmorley
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unfortunately no.
After the initial setting, it is not possibly to change it again.
Not without some c++ changes in the linuxcnc module.

All or nothing.

Chris
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27 Dec 2020 06:15 #193273 by cmorley
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I pushed some work at one can set the plot colors at any time now.
it would be something you would need to add to the handler file.

self.w.gcodedisplay.set_plot_colors(jog=(0,0,0,0))
to set the jog movements to black
and after homing:

self.w.gcodedisplay.set_plot_colors()
To reset the default colors.

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16 Sep 2021 22:58 #220824 by persei8
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Figured I'd recycle this thread. I did an update and now this happens.
 
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17 Sep 2021 01:24 #220844 by cmorley
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ok pushed a fix. Thanks

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23 Sep 2021 03:29 #221399 by persei8
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When selecting a graphics line in the gcode viewer with a large file loaded and RunFromLine enabled, the following error occurs:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/qt5_graphics.py", line 945, in mouseReleaseEvent
    self.select_fire()
  File "/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/qtvcp/widgets/gcode_graphics.py", line 246, in select_fire
    self.select(x, y)
  File "/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/rs274/glcanon.py", line 531, in select
    buffer = glRenderMode(GL_RENDER)
  File "/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/OpenGL/GL/pointers.py", line 262, in glRenderMode
    "glSelectBuffer too small to hold selection results",
OpenGL.error.GLError: GLError(
    err = GL_STACK_OVERFLOW,
    description = b'stack overflow',
    result = 'glSelectBuffer too small to hold selection results'
)

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23 Sep 2021 05:46 #221402 by cmorley
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could you try loading your program in AXIS and GMoccapy and see if it does the same, to see if it's the common code or something qtvcp related?

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