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21 Apr 2018 15:10 #109395 by Wischi
Hello,

i really like the gui of gmoccappy but I want to change the tool table columns. I don't really need the Pocket, X, Y and C column. I already looked at the tooleditor widget at the gladevcp wiki site, but I can't figure out how to hide the columns. How does it work?

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21 Apr 2018 16:59 - 21 Apr 2018 16:59 #109401 by andypugh
Replied by andypugh on topic Hide tool table columns
It is done by adding settings to the INI file:
linuxcnc.org/docs/html/gui/tooledit.html#_column_selection
Last edit: 21 Apr 2018 16:59 by andypugh.

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21 Apr 2018 18:18 #109403 by Wischi
Replied by Wischi on topic Hide tool table columns
I tried it but it didn't work in gmoccapy, only in Axis it showed only the selected columns.

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22 Apr 2018 02:04 #109415 by cmorley
Replied by cmorley on topic Hide tool table columns
Gmoccapy uses the gladevcp widget tooledit:
linuxcnc.org/docs/devel/html/gui/gladevc...ml#gladevcp:tooledit

I'm not sure if Gmoccapy allows easy user customization - but you could easily modify it's python code to do what you want.
I bet Norbert will chime in to give you more direction.

Chris M

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22 Apr 2018 12:54 - 22 Apr 2018 13:19 #109425 by Wischi
Replied by Wischi on topic Hide tool table columns
I found a solution:

Open gmoccapy in /usr/bin with mousepad as root. Find the line:
self.widgets.tooledit1.set_visible( "%s" % axis, True )

add this line under it:
self.widgets.tooledit1.set_visible( "pxyca", False )

Now I only have: Select, tool #, Z, diameter and comment. I think it looks more clean this way.


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Last edit: 22 Apr 2018 13:19 by Wischi.

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25 Apr 2018 05:17 #109576 by newbynobi
Replied by newbynobi on topic Hide tool table columns
If you set up a new tool, you might get problems, because you hide the p column, so linuxcnc will place all tools in pocket 0.

I added to my todo list the ini reading for the option to hide columns.

Norbert

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12 Apr 2022 09:53 #240030 by HalaszAttila
Hello,

any changes in this topic? Is this possible to hide colums in gmoccapy?

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12 Apr 2022 10:35 #240034 by Wischi
Replied by Wischi on topic Hide tool table columns
Hello,

I used the solution from my reply #109425 for a long time. Never had any problems.
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