[solved]Axis for 800x480 screen w/ usercommand

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18 Apr 2022 00:50 - 18 Apr 2022 00:52 #240529 by cakeslob
Ok, I just tested these out, everything should be good. this is for vanilla axis small, same layout, just smaller.
INSTALLING USERCOMMAND_800 aka AXIS SMALL

1. IDENTIFY YOUR LINUXCNC VERSION

-at startup, observe if you are running linuxcnc 2.8 or 2.9. If you are unsure, or installed linuxcnc
from a premade iso or download, (AT TIME OF WRITING IN 2022-04) you are most likely running linuxcnc 2.8

2. LOAD USERCOMMAND_800 INTO YOUR CONFIG FOLDER

- download the usercommand_800.py that matches your version,
(usercommand_800_28.py for linuxcnc v2.8 , etc)
- move the usercommand python file into your config directory, with your ini file.

3. CONFIGURE FOR USERCOMMAND_800

- in your ini file, under the [DISPLAY] section , add the following line ,without the quotes
"USER_COMMAND_FILE = usercommand_800_28.py"

4. RUN CONFIG

- when you star your config normally, axis will go fullscreen, you will need to quite from the File
drop down menu
- if your config does not load and you are presented with a pop up error, relating to mdi, you are most
likely running the wrong version.

5. EXTRA ADVANCED CONFIGURATION

- if you are unsatisfied with the buttons, sliders or text size/colour, you can make adjustments to the
usercommand file using this axis doc as guidance http://linuxcnc.org/docs/stable/html/gui/axis.html#_advanced_configuration

- sacrifices were made in order to make the screen fit, so not all buttons/sliders are included. you can
swap sliders/buttons by uncommenting/commenting them in the usercommand file


USER_COMMAND_FILE = usercommand_800_28.py

 

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18 Apr 2022 12:27 #240555 by geminis
Thank you very much. Everything has worked very well.
It seems fair that I show you my progress after your invaluable collaboration.

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18 Apr 2022 14:26 #240563 by geminis
Hi there, after your help i was able to start with my own mods. 
I plan to start with an extra tab for the basic functions of the machine, here is a small layout.
When I finish I make a small tutorial of how I did it so the post is more complete.
Please don't kill me, the graphic part was never my strong point.. :)... and is only a layout.
Thank you.!

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18 Apr 2022 23:11 #240604 by cakeslob
Hey, lookin good. I like when people post pictures also. You can upload them using the forum attachments next time also.

I have a question though, did the side buttons not show up for you? or did you remove them?

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19 Apr 2022 01:53 - 19 Apr 2022 02:03 #240622 by geminis

Hey, lookin good. I like when people post pictures also. You can upload them using the forum attachments next time also.


Hi there ... i know about attachs, but i can upload more large files in this way.

I have a question though, did the side buttons not show up for you? or did you remove them?

Buttons right side ?? this ones never show up, i assume thats are removed from your usercommand file.

I need to know now where the linuxcnc save screens or modules in order to make mi basic tab ... i am searching ... and reading ( axis - gui ; usercomand items ; etc ... ) but no lucky yet.
Regards.

 
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19 Apr 2022 04:08 #240626 by cakeslob
hmm maybe the translation for tool is breaking the size, this is was it is supposed to look like

 

 

Can you add this to the end of the usercommand file and see if it changed the size?
root_window.tk.call(".pane.top.tabs.fmanual.jogf.zerohome.tooltouch","configure","-text","Touch off Tool");
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19 Apr 2022 11:47 - 19 Apr 2022 11:49 #240647 by geminis

Can you add this to the end of the usercommand file and see if it changed the size?
root_window.tk.call(".pane.top.tabs.fmanual.jogf.zerohome.tooltouch","configure","-text","Touch off
Tool");
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Sure i can .. anda i going to do ... But in fact it like more on this way.
Are u Spanish speaking ???
Regards.
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19 Apr 2022 12:43 - 19 Apr 2022 12:49 #240650 by geminis
Ok:
If i try your usercommandfile just like you poste it, right side bar don`t show up. (fig. 1)
If, i add the line you posted ni previus message i get an error, but .... is just for a breack line jump, once i correct thats i have same result: "right side bar don`t show up." (fig. 2)
BUT: If i change mode from fullscreen to vw.geometry (800x480) al works fine, but now show entire screen, just a window.(fig. 3)

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19 Apr 2022 22:19 #240692 by cakeslob
Ok, thats cool if you like it more that way. lol no i dont speak spanish though. It looks like in fig2 the last part of the code line was missing. It is good to know the buttons showup, thank you.

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27 Apr 2022 09:56 - 27 Apr 2022 09:56 #241366 by HansU
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