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15 Oct 2021 01:26 #223146 by snowgoer540
This is probably a long shot, but is it possible to set jog, traverse, feed, arc, toolchange, probe RGBA via stylesheets?

Just was exploring this this evening and thought I would ask, nothing super pressing just was having fun. I see font should be possible for the DRO, but that was all I saw.

There are other ways to do it (adding a section to .prefs for example). But doesnt hurt to ask :)

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15 Oct 2021 06:43 #223172 by cmorley
Not currently.
I had envisioned adding tool color to the tool editor at one time - but havent tried that either.

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15 Oct 2021 09:37 #223180 by snowgoer540
I figured as much. Maybe I will go the preferences file route for now.

The colored tool thing seems like it would be neat for mills/etc.

Also, I was having a poke around github this morning, and I noticed that in lib/python/qtvcp/widgets there is a jog_increments.diff that looks like it might have gotten uploaded accidentally amidst other updates instead of actually changing jog_increments.py.

Here is the commit that added it for reference: github.com/LinuxCNC/linuxcnc/commit/c6c4...4101e509bb6b7a808b53

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15 Oct 2021 12:56 #223198 by cmorley
ok thanks. I'll clean that up soon.
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16 Oct 2021 17:39 #223307 by cakeslob
preference file/tool table, that would be slick.
Here is my crude axis implementation
def backplot():
     
     # tool 1 = #Red (255,0,0)
      if s.tool_in_spindle == 1:
            live_plotter.logger.set_colors((255,0,0,255),
                                    (0,255,0,255),
                                    (255,0,0,255),
                                    (255,0,0,255),
                                    (255,255,255,255),
                                    (0,255,255,255))
      #tool 2 = #Lime (0,255,0)
      elif s.tool_in_spindle == 2:
            live_plotter.logger.set_colors((255,0,0,255),
                                    (0,255,0,255),
                                    (0,255,0,255),
                                    (0,255,0,255),
                                    (255,255,255,255),
                                    (0,255,255,255))
                                    
                                    
      #tool 8 = #Blue (0,0,255)
      elif s.tool_in_spindle == 8:
            live_plotter.logger.set_colors((255,0,0,255),
                                    (0,255,0,255),
                                    (0,0,255,255),
                                    (0,0,255,255),
                                    (255,255,255,255),
                                    (0,255,255,255))                             
       #tool 22 = #Yellow (255,255,0)
      elif s.tool_in_spindle == 22:
            live_plotter.logger.set_colors((255,0,0,255),
                                    (0,255,0,255),
                                    (255,255,0,255),
                                    (255,255,0,255),
                                    (255,255,255,255),
                                    (0,255,255,255))  
       #tool 24 = #Cyan (0,255,255)
      elif s.tool_in_spindle == 24:
            live_plotter.logger.set_colors((255,0,0,255),
                                    (0,255,0,255),
                                    (0,255,255,255),
                                    (0,255,255,255),
                                    (255,255,255,255),
                                    (0,255,255,255))                               
                                    
                                    
       #tool 7 = #Magenta / (255,0,255)
      elif s.tool_in_spindle == 7:
            live_plotter.logger.set_colors((255,0,0,255),
                                    (0,255,0,255),
                                    (255,0,255,255),
                                    (255,0,255,255),
                                    (255,255,255,255),
                                    (0,255,255,255))                               
       #tool 18 = #Maroon (128,0,0)
      elif s.tool_in_spindle == 18:
            live_plotter.logger.set_colors((255,0,0,255),
                                    (0,255,0,255),
                                    (128,0,0,255),
                                    (128,0,0,255),
                                    (255,255,255,255),
                                    (0,255,255,255))                               
        
           #tool 3 = #Olive (128,128,0)
      elif s.tool_in_spindle == 3:
            live_plotter.logger.set_colors((255,0,0,255),
                                    (0,255,0,255),
                                    (128,128,0,255),
                                    (128,128,0,255),
                                    (255,255,255,255),
                                    (0,255,255,255))                               
                                                                 
                                    
      else: 
            live_plotter.logger.set_colors((255,0,0,255),
                                    (0,255,0,255),
                                    (0,255,0,255),
                                    (0,255,0,255),
                                    (255,255,255,255),
                                    (0,255,255,255))
      
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16 Oct 2021 19:06 #223317 by cmorley
I pushed to master the ability to set feed, rapid and jog color with stylesheets (or in designer )
#gcodegraphics{
qproperty-jog_color: blue;
qproperty-Feed_color: white;
qproperty-Rapid_color: yellow;
}
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16 Oct 2021 19:31 #223318 by snowgoer540
Nice!!!  Thanks! 

Two questions:
1.  Does feed cover arc colors as well (I haven’t looked at the commit).  I just very recently through messing around with these learned that they are in fact two different colors of puke pink :laugh:
2.  Instead of “blue” or “yellow”, etc.  can one also set it via the RGBA color (to do control alpha)?

Thanks again, I was getting ready to add this to qtplasmacs preferences and now I don’t have to :)

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16 Oct 2021 19:52 #223321 by cmorley
feed covers arc and feed.

I forgot to try RBGA in stylesheets but it should work fine.

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16 Oct 2021 20:36 #223324 by cmorley
yes it works
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16 Oct 2021 23:28 #223340 by snowgoer540
This is awesome!  Thanks again!

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