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- Apr 3 2017, 8:53 AM (107 w, 3 d)
I dont remember this doing this on older versions.
Works fine for me. For the record, you need to lift your finger once the screen turns gray.
So the momentary load/unload button requires you to hold it down in order for it to work. Not sure if this intentional or not but it doesn't seem intuitive to hold it down in order for it to work.
when you first push it, it works, but there is a delay and it won't work if you push it again any where from 5 to 10 seconds later, or longer. The only way it will work right is if you hold it down.. which doesn't make sense.
The momentary button does exactly what a momentary switch is defined to do, a button that only activates as you keep pushing it, as opposed to a toggle button, which maintains its state.
Tue, Apr 23
Mon, Apr 22
@logan: Yes. Can you give it a try and see if the problem goes away?
@logan: I am able to reproduce it, not following the filename, but following the text from the individual M117 commands. That garbage character is the TABs which are present after every M117 in the file. It looks like the touch screen does not know how to display tab characters.
Can you post the GCODE?
Whichever unit reproduces the problem most consistently.
Okay. Well, if one of those units can be brought over to R&D I can investigate.
If it's a quiver then try changing out the LCD ribbon cables.
Wait, I may be confused... is this a Quiver?
For what it is worth, I found a bug in the LCD code that may well be the cause of this. Until we get those printers to 2.0.x, which has the fix, we probably won't be able to close this ticket.
If it's reproducible, then I can take a look at it. Have someone bring that unit over to R&D.
Tue, Apr 16
PR created in upstream Marlin and merged. Will be in .111.
PR created in upstream Marlin. Awaiting merge.
This has been corrected in .110
Mon, Apr 15
Thu, Apr 11
I'm not sure. I don't know what units those values are. When Mark returns, maybe he can look in the spec sheet for the particular thermistor we are using. That would give us the correct resistance.
I guess now we know why Marlin changed the behavior of MIN_TEMP/MAX_TEMP... it's a feature!
@karrad: I pushed .110 with our extra check for MIN_TEMP and MAX_TEMP removed.
For what it is worth, I noticed long ago that Marlin 2.0 will not trigger a min/max temp when the heaters were off, so in upstream Marlin 2.0 this issue would not manifest itself. I modified Marlin to immediately trigger a min/maxtemp error for consistency with our prior FW. One possibility might be to remove this workaround, but users will need to be re-educated not to expect a mintemp when disconnecting their toolheads.
@alexei: If Marlin does not find the appropriate thermistor, it will halt the machine. At this point, no further flashing is possible without pushing the erase button. This is because the USB functionality on the Archim is handled by software and relies on the machine being in an operational state.
I'll add that at the least, this will require some major rework of the UI and at worst a change request to the Archim board if we need additional storage for fonts. It's likely that this will require changes to the production to load extra data into the Flash and a possibility that currently shipping machines will not be multi-language compatible. So if we decide to expand into the European market, I think we could require a rev of the hardware -- maybe a TAZ Pro European Edition, or something. Briso will likely run into the same issue, so if multi-language support is desired, we probably ought to add this to the Brizo timeline. If we find a good solution that is compatible with TAZ Pro, we can backport it.
Wed, Apr 10
Tue, Apr 9
Unless this is reproducible, I cannot work on it. This could be caused by electrical noise and could be a one time occurrence.
Mon, Apr 8
Marlin supports languages on the RepRapDiscount display but this is not something that can be changed at run time. If we added similar support for the Color LCD, we would end up with different firmwares for the different languages.
Fri, Apr 5
@karrad: It will be .109
@karrad: I already made the change, take a look and if you don't like it's easy to unhide it. I'll push it to buildbot.
@karrad: But hiding it is more fun!
@karrad: The little games only show up on the RepRapDiscount display, so Quiver will not have them. So Interface Settings is not an option.
@karrad: How about the "About Printer" submenu for the games? Seems a little more logical than "Advanced Settings"?
@karrad: You may need to erase the internal EEPROM. This is done when the the startup animation is loaded up.
@paulette: On Quiver, flashing the FW will not reset sound settings to a default.