[QtDragon] Plasma interface?

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03 Feb 2022 00:15 #233847 by RomeReactor
Hi all. Is there any work being done on a QtDragon plasma interface? And if so, where would I be able to follow it?

Thanks in advance.

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03 Feb 2022 01:12 #233849 by tommylight
Not that i am aware of, there is QtPlasmaC and i think something is being done by Joco for MonoKrom GUI that is QtPyVCP:
www.forum.linuxcnc.org/qtpyvcp/40082-mon...mac-and-mill?start=0
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03 Feb 2022 01:15 #233850 by RomeReactor
Thank you.

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03 Feb 2022 08:32 #233861 by rodw
Replied by rodw on topic [QtDragon] Plasma interface?
Tommy is right. Joco has a config for QTPYVCP called monokrom
github.com/joco-nz/monokrom-vcp
Its ready for testing and I have used it. I like it a lot. A different philosophy to Plasmac but a nicer touch screen interface.

 

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06 Feb 2022 11:28 #234093 by hottabich
Corrected the sizes of buttons for touch screens. Maybe someone will fit.

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07 Feb 2022 06:32 - 07 Feb 2022 06:43 #234226 by phillc54
You can achieve similar results with custom styles:
linuxcnc.org/docs/devel/html/plasma/qtpl...#_add_a_custom_style

The attached were done with a file in the config directory named qtplasmac_custom.qss with the following contents:
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07 Feb 2022 17:46 #234262 by hottabich
Thank you for your attention! In the designer, I adjusted the size of the Main Window and Push Buttons. The rest is in styles. Please tell me how to change the size and appearance of Jog Buttons. Thanks!

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08 Feb 2022 00:07 - 08 Feb 2022 00:23 #234310 by phillc54
Try this:
/* JOG BUTTONS ------------------*/
#jog_x_plus, #jog_x_minus,
#jog_y_plus, #jog_y_minus,
#jog_z_plus, #jog_z_minus
{min-height: 60; min-width: 60; qproperty-iconSize: 60px}

Edit: I have added a reasonable custom stylesheet for 1680x1050 display.
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08 Feb 2022 01:29 #234314 by phillc54
This is a separate post because the forum editor is a POS...

I pushed a change so that it is now possible to change the size of the user buttons as well:
/* USER BUTTONS -----------------*/
/* the next line needs to be 2 x button width plus 16 */
#main_c2 { max-width: 176px}

#file_edit, #mdi_show,
#button_1, #button_2, #button_3, #button_4,
#button_5, #button_6, #button_7, #button_8,
#button_9, #button_10, #button_11, #button_12,
#button_13, #button_14, #button_15, #button_16,
#button_17, #button_18, #button_19, #button_20
{min-width: 80; min-height: 60}

 
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08 Feb 2022 07:12 #234331 by hottabich
Thank you so much for your work and help! Good luck.

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