Sample Qtvcp Screens

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04 Jul 2020 10:33 - 07 Jul 2020 05:45 #173592 by hottabich
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Video QtLathe. Скачать
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06 Jul 2020 18:10 - 06 Jul 2020 18:12 #173764 by hottabich
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I leave room for system panels. Thank you for the attention!

You are welcomed, and i am sorry for that, forgot i use 1920X1200 on all 5 monitors so i had plenty of space left.

Especially for you 1920x1180. Take the folder with pictures from the previous distribution.
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06 Jul 2020 20:35 #173771 by tommylight
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Thank you very much.
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07 Jul 2020 05:41 - 07 Jul 2020 09:27 #173813 by hottabich
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A little less than 1150 is not necessary? And it doesn’t seem to fit. I removed the jog-rate dimension and you can adjust vertically 1150-1180.
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05 Aug 2020 23:43 #177442 by cmorley
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Playing with extra opengl objects in the graphics screen:

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06 Aug 2020 05:43 - 06 Aug 2020 05:46 #177467 by hottabich
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Hello! Most for beginners. Is it glcanon.py as in axis? Can the chuck and jaw dimensions be edited? You can also add a page for the html file, help. Thank!
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06 Aug 2020 05:55 #177468 by cmorley
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glcannon calls a function called user_plot()
by default it's a no operation.
i finally got around to adding some python code into qt5_graphics to see how difficult it was to create a stock/chuck representation.
Still working on details.

The chuck dimensions can be modified slightly or one can create a custom function to display most what ever you like.

i can look at the help page and MAN,MDI AUTO buttons..

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06 Aug 2020 07:57 #177479 by tommylight
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Playing with extra opengl objects in the graphics screen:

That is nice !
I did ask about this some years back, but due to time constraints i never did anything regarding this.
The idea was when opening an ngc file to open a jpg or png file with the same name as background, here:
forum.linuxcnc.org/10-advanced-configura...posing-a-pic?start=0

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06 Aug 2020 10:37 - 06 Aug 2020 10:37 #177488 by bevins
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What is required for running the dragon theme? QT I am assuming but anything else?
How is it enabled? ini? Is there instructions for using this theme?

It looks nice....
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06 Aug 2020 14:40 #177517 by hottabich
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glcannon calls a function called user_plot()
by default it's a no operation.
i finally got around to adding some python code into qt5_graphics to see how difficult it was to create a stock/chuck representation.
Still working on details.

The chuck dimensions can be modified slightly or one can create a custom function to display most what ever you like.

i can look at the help page and MAN,MDI AUTO buttons..

On one of the forums, I took a file that allows you to see the visualization of the cartridge. Please see if there is something interesting for you.Sorry if I don't understand something.
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