I use Arch as well and AFAICT there's an LC_TIME variable in /etc/locale.conf. If you change that and run locale-gen as root, it ought to update your date format. To be fair I see the same effect on my machine since I'm running it with an English locale, but running "date" in a console does print the right format. So I suspect the underlying problem is in the browser and hence I won't fix it.
If you always need to press an emergency stop button then the best way would be to connect one directly to the machine and to set up a trigger. Since DWC now has a swipe menu, it will always remain on top in that menu. I think that is sufficient.
This is already possible in the latest firmware version. DWC will parse the thermistor unit if passed explicitly. This is how I configure the humidity channel on my printer:
M305 P102 X401 S"DHT humidity [%]" T11
The temperature graph changes its scale depending on the maximum allowed heater temperature. Enabling an option to scroll the chart back to an earlier time would increase the web interface's memory footprint, so I'd rather not do that.
Meanwhile there's an open-source app for Android (Find My Duet), see https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.chham.FindMyDuet&hl=de and https://github.com/chrishamm/FindMyDuet for the sources
I don't really see the need in a desktop application though. If anyone needs more hooks/events for DWC, feel free to open new issues either on my DWC or FindMyDuet repos and I'll see how I can help.
The last modified date of files is generally displayed on DWC (it's hidden in the tooltip of the G-code files) but I don't think RRF saves the last print time in the footer. This will need some more firmware modifications first.
@ak-eric said in Suggestion to add to where the 'Webcam Surveillance' is located:
However, this would have to be repeated any time I did a DWC update, right?
Correct. Hopefully, Christian Hammacher will include it. Seems easy enough. If not, yep, you'd have to tweak it after every update.
For normal use there is no advantage, but at the time of processing the data is much more comfortable indexes and to use a Vin.min for example and not having to parse all the text.
It is not something that contributes anything, and with a function it would not be complicated to create the json, but I understand that the use would be minor. I will try to do it in my server part, since I am interested in some data of the diagnosis gcode.
The rr_reply has helped me a lot
Sorry for my bad english!
@RandomFactoid maybe I can implement something that will help you:
In the DuetRRF plugin, before actually uploading the new file, I could check if a file with the same name already exists. If yes, you could select "Overwrite" or "Restart print with this file". This assumes you have Cura still running with you current model & build plate.
Would this be of help to you?