Is there a way to disable the info popup messages?
The PanelDue pops up for ~5sec info messages such as wifi is connected, file x was selected for printing, leveling results are ..., and so on.
Is there a way to disable them or at least make them disappear faster? My experience is that there are more in the way than useful.
deckingman last edited by
@zapta DWC - Settings - User Interface. In there you will find a panel entitled "Notifications" with numerous boxes that you can tick or untick to suit your preferences.
Thanks @deckingman. Are you sure that those settings affects the PanelDue popups?
The text there suggests that they are related to the Web UI. I disable the three checkboxes for Info, Warning and Errors and am still getting the PanelDue info popup about being connected to wifi.
deckingman last edited by deckingman
@zapta Oops, sorry I missed your comment about the popups being on PanelDue and wrongly assumed it was DWC. So no, I can't be sure that altering the behaviour of DWC will have any effect on the PanelDue
I will add an option to disable info messages or shorten the timeout in the next release of PanelDueFirmware.
@dc42, Thanks. This will streamline the UI.
Another suggestion for your consideration: adding a Wifi/Networking status icon at the upper right corner of the PanelDue
t9000 last edited by
hi, I'm new and just setup the duet2wifi & paneldue today. everythings looks great but i have the popups on the control screen every seconds make me hard to do the adjustments and need to come back to my PC for adjustment. Could u release a version without the messages in short? i think that's good to keep those message in console or in a separated alert tab in the future.
Phaedrux last edited by
@t9000 There is a new firmware for the PanelDue 1.23.2 that let's you set the time out for popup messages.
To get the latest release binaries go to:
Instructions for flashing the firmware binary via USB are at:
(see section "Testing the board and updating the firmware").
Works great for me. In the PanelDue's Setting, set info timeout to 0.
t9000 last edited by
just found that options, much better now, thanks