Having the button changed to an icon button the size of Home buttons, will be OK for me.
Currently I have to probe the bed before each print (usually only to confirm it is still flat), but each day I have to probe quite a few times (going back between the Control and Console).
Hmmm, I think they were just too close to the top edge of the screen. I adjusted the buttons to be 5 pixels lower and now they're pressable. They were at row1 (as defined elsewhere in the firmware) and I just made it row1+5. row1+1 didn't work. The buttons were 40 pixels big, so I could easily reach there with my finger so not sure what the deal was, but its working now.
@gtj0 said in *Unofficial* 1.22.0-gtj1 Release *Unofficial*:
@dragonn Is your part cooling fan assigned to a tool? If so, I could make the fan control automatically use the fan assigned to the active tool.
Yes, it it. Would be a nice solution if this could work this way.
@gtj0 said in Two Proposed Enhancements:
@dc42 : Any idea when you'll be able to look at that pull request? It now has 7 commits in it.
Hard to say, because I am working to tight deadlines for the TCT show.
Not sure what happened, but I reloaded the firmware because I thought I found a 1.17 copy, turned out it was 1.15b, so I went back to 1.19.2 and this time I only changed the WiFi Server to 1.93 instead of 1.21 and presto, everything is working again. I won't pretend that was the intention, but I'll take it. Thank you for your help. I did however go in and clean all of the macros up, the original writer of them had them somewhat very vanilla. I found a tutorial, I believe you wrote, that explained it in very great detail, so I copied many of your examples and reworked them for my setup.
Oh, one thing I forgot to mention... The default baud rate on the PanelDue is actually 57600. I have mine set to 115200 which is the "b115200" on the socat command line. If yours is at the default, replace "b115200" with "b57600".
So maybe just an option in settings with allows users to disable automatic rotating of the start logo so it loads faster? By default it would enabled and load slow.
Of course, this is of little importance.
The bossac program needs to be ran via command line.
“Testing the board and updating the firmware”
open command prompts, then run this command
"C:\Program Files\BOSSA\bossac.exe" --port=COM9 -e -w -v -b PanelDueFirmware.bin
changing the file path and file name and path as required.
It is actually that low coming out of the duet.... It’s 4.3v right out the connector.. but i’m using the one that comes from filastruder sold with the panel due... it’s actually sort of dissapointing, i paid extra for it but it’s not keyed like the connectors are, it’s just pin header connections...