Error in tool_offsetview.py

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06 Jan 2022 20:33 #230985 by MarkoPolo
There is a minor bug in /usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/qtvcp/widgets/tool_offsetview.py
When you press the top left corner, there is a crash.
You can not press, but if someone presses .. :)

 

I fixed it in my file by adding a condition, like
in the screenshot.
 
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07 Jan 2022 04:50 #231013 by cmorley
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Thanks - I pushed your fix to master.

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07 Jan 2022 11:25 #231023 by MarkoPolo
I have one more suggestion.
By adding the self.uncheckAllTools () line
the tool table is switchable, it is more pleasant to use.
I see the only use of the current state is to remove the larger one
the amount of tools, but this is a rather rare case.
Unless there's another reason why it works that way.
 
 
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08 Jan 2022 06:38 #231094 by cmorley
Replied by cmorley on topic Error in tool_offsetview.py
Done!
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08 Jan 2022 20:48 #231168 by MarkoPolo
Thanks for the quick changes.
I don't know if I can report any other problems on this thread?
There is an error writing the log to the file.
 

I fixed it in my file by removing ".encode ('utf-8')"
 

I do not know if this is how it should work, but the "clear status" button
works so that the system logs are enabled and it clears the machine logs.
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09 Jan 2022 04:10 #231216 by cmorley
Replied by cmorley on topic Error in tool_offsetview.py
fixed. Thanks

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12 Jan 2022 21:29 #231614 by MarkoPolo
A few more bugs to fix.

During auto mode and code execution:
1. When you press the home button, the panel crashes.
2. Press "start" again, the status lamp goes out
3. The "MAN" and "MDI" buttons should also not illuminate as if they were toggling.
4. "reload" probably shouldn't perform its function either

In my file I made a list of buttons to be turned off and on when exiting code execution.
I do not know if this is a good way but it eliminates the above problems and
no pop-up messages are displayed unnecessarily.
 
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13 Jan 2022 13:09 #231656 by hottabich
Please share your file. If possible. Thanks!

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13 Jan 2022 14:00 #231662 by cmorley
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What kind of crash? Pressing home doesn't crash the screen in sim - but puts up an error message. ) agree it should be disabled. I can fix that.
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13 Jan 2022 19:49 #231701 by MarkoPolo
For me, pressing "home" causes what you can see in the screenshot. With the original qtdragin.ui and qtdragon_handler.py.

I am sending the original qtdragon_handler.py with changes to hiding buttons only.

Everything works fine but after pressing "step" or "resume" the "zero" buttons turn on, I don't know how to prevent them from turning on. I think this is a built-in property of these buttons.

If the code is ok, you can use it.
 
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