Plugin - On-Screen Keyboard / Calculator

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Plugin - On-Screen Keyboard / Calculator

Postby dezsoe » Tue Jul 18, 2017 9:17 pm

This plugin helps entering numbers into input fields. Enable the plugin (Call startup not needed), then click into any input field: you get a calculator-style on-screen keyboard, and it is really a calculator. You can do the following:

    * type any numbers
    * use g-code functions (abs[], etc.)
    * use actual #nnn variables
    * use special variables as x, y, z, etc.
    * write/read/clear memory

Check attached pictures, download, use!

(The missing two buttons will have their functions in version 2.0 some weeks later.)

Requirement: UCCNC version 1.2029 or higher.

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Re: Plugin - On-Screen Keyboard / Calculator

Postby Robertspark » Tue Jul 18, 2017 9:50 pm

nice plugin, thanks :D
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Re: Plugin - On-Screen Keyboard / Calculator

Postby gabi68 » Sun Sep 03, 2017 3:20 pm

Hi,

How is this plugin supposed to wok? I install it and it does the calculation required, but the machine does not move on the new location. What I am doing wrong?

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Re: Plugin - On-Screen Keyboard / Calculator

Postby dezsoe » Mon Sep 04, 2017 9:44 am

Hi,

The machine won't move to the new position if you enter a coordinate, so if you enter it with the help of this plugin, it still won't move. This plugin is for helping the input with on-screen keys (using only mouse or touchscreen) and, if needed, calculation and/or memory etc.

If you need some fields to set a movement, you need to program it. Put fields on the screen and write a macro which reads these fields and moves to that position.
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