@deckingman I'll second the bump because even on a humble IDEX system with both tools, and copy and mirror mode tools defined, you can't show all of them on a 14 inch screen (i.e., my laptops) without reducing font size to dust spec sizes.
@chrishamm That is great news! My wife will be very happy to know I was still WRONG!! 🙂 and in this case I am happy as well! If this could be added at some point with the abilityt sort on it decending so most recent upload is always at the top, would be perfect.
@deckingman wouldnt that lead to the heater over heating the middle, and then backing off. if it takes a while for the edge to warm up. the middle might get hotter then was requested
The heater may indeed reach a temperature higher than the set point - but not dangerously so. Mine has been running like this for quite a few years. Which is more important, the temperature of the heater on the underside of the aluminium plate, or the temperature of the build surface? I know what I think but it's your printer and your choice.
@deckingman +1 It's been a long time pet peeve of me as well. For me the problem is two part. One, as you mentioned, the lack of (auto) scaling. And two, I include (and maybe on your machine too) the water temperature as well, which usually sits around 10°C and is practically useless.
I havent posted about this before because I don't have a good solution for the 2nd problem appart from maybe a logarithmic temperature axis.
I was just clicking through the DWC wishlist to see what, if anything, had been implemented or at least acknowledged (not much by the looks of it) and came across this which is quite an old post. Ref the second problem, I wouldn't have thought it was beyond the wit of man to display two or more "Y" axis with different scale factors on the same (auto-scaling) graph. So for example the hot end could be scaled to say 0-250, the bed at say 0-80, and the liquid coolant at say 0-20. Each of the scale values would be displayed using the same colour as the temperature plot.
I'd like for the cancel and resume buttons to be further apart on mobile.
I can remember every long print that my filament sensors save and after loading more I go to resume printing but finger the button wrong because of finger size relative to button size or parallax between screen, eyes, and digitizer.
OK, so DWC is displaying them in the order they are created. So you need to create them in the order that you want them displayed.
Note this paragraph in the description of M584 on the wiki:
If you create more than one axis in a M584 command, the axes are created in the order UVWABCD regardless of the order of the parameters in the M584 command. This affects which axes will be hidden if you use the M584 P parameter to hide axes. For example, M584 C5 U6 creates axes U and C in that order, so M584 P4 would hide the C axis, not the U axis. If you want to create the axes in the order C then U (so that M584 P4 hides the U axis), use two M584 commands: M584 C5 followed by M584 U6.
I second this. I am afraid every time I open up my mobile DWC view. E-stop should be intentional but easily accessible. It should not at all be prone to accidental triggering.
I agree that the button should be moved off to the side, or the bottom of the navigation tray. At the very minimum, it should be inset the width of the hamburger button to prevent accidental double-presses.
@lee7670 Id really like this too. Im having trouble trying to see what is causing my printer to throw a heater fault since its only happening every 20+ hours of operation so the data on the temperature graph is lost.