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26 Jun 2020 16:46 #172806 by mariusl
I have looked at the plasma primer document (excellent work) but I cannot see any of the drawings or pictures. I used two Pc's and same result. Here is where I am looking
linuxcnc.org/docs/devel/html/plasma/plasma-cnc-primer.htm

Is this the correct document?

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26 Jun 2020 17:32 #172808 by tommylight
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26 Jun 2020 22:12 #172821 by rodw
None of the images in any html docs display in master branch so its not limited to the plasma primer
But if you read the docs for version 2.8, all the images are there. I did raise this as an issue as its very annoying.
So try 2.8 here
linuxcnc.org/docs/2.8/html/plasma/plasma-cnc-primer.html
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29 Jun 2020 12:57 #173083 by mariusl
Thanks Rod I will look there.

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29 Jun 2020 13:38 #173087 by mariusl

tommylight wrote: linuxcnc.org/docs/devel/html/plasma/plasma-cnc-primer.html


Tommy this is the one that does not work that well. I used the link Rod gave and it is fine. Thanks for all the hard work you guys have put into this. I have been out of circulation for some time and I am surprised to see the huge effort that went into PlamaC

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29 Jun 2020 13:42 #173088 by rodw

mariusl wrote:
I have been out of circulation for some time and I am surprised to see the huge effort that went into PlamaC


Well then, time to join the party and throw out all your development and join the plasmac train!
I have to say it was a big moment when I did that. But Plasmac is the better for it.

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29 Jun 2020 14:00 #173089 by tommylight
Marius, the link you posted was missing an L at the end so was not working, thought that was the issue and added the correct link.

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29 Jun 2020 14:48 #173101 by mariusl

tommylight wrote: Marius, the link you posted was missing an L at the end so was not working, thought that was the issue and added the correct link.

Probably a cut and paste problem sorry.

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29 Jun 2020 14:54 #173103 by mariusl

rodw wrote:
Well then, time to join the party and throw out all your development and join the plasmac train!
I have to say it was a big moment when I did that. But Plasmac is the better for it.


Rod I gave up on development a long time ago. I am too old and dont have the patience anymore. Besides the work done on PlasmaC is great and I would not have the energy to redo that just to say "I did it". I have been using the Pokeys hardware for some time but found the Plasma side a bit unsatisfactory for a user point of view. I read all or as much as I could find on the PlasmaC effort and it is very comprehensive so I am sure it will be no problem at all.

I will probably ask many questions though.

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30 Jun 2020 22:22 #173220 by WinstonTodge
Thanks for this rod!

Really helps paint a thousand words having the pictures. :)

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