Artisan on a 800x480 touch screen?

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greencardigan

Postby greencardigan » Jan 14, 2019, 6:17 am

Hi,

I might try running Artisan on a Rasberry Pi and am trying to decide what touhcscreen to get.

Does anyone know if Artisan would be usable on the official Rasberry Pi 7" 800x480 resolution touchscreen? There are higher resolution screens out there but they start getting a bit pricey.

Any recommendations for other reasonably priced screens also welcomed.

Thanks.

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MaKoMo

Postby MaKoMo » Jan 14, 2019, 7:45 am

Brad,

it runs on the 7" official touchpad and the Artisan team tries to keep the essential dialogs in a layout to fit that screen as minimal requirement. However, screen estate is tight on the 7". You want to run Artisan in Full Screen mode on that screen, hide sliders and buttons if not needed, and potentially use the zoom follow feature. The nice thing is that the whole device (incl. the RPi) is so small and you do not need a laptop anymore. You can configure the RPi to store the profiles on DropBox and then do post processing of those on your laptop later.

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Almico

Postby Almico » Jan 14, 2019, 10:07 am

Can I run Artisan on a 10" Raspberry Pi touchscreen with a Phidget 1048?

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MaKoMo

Postby MaKoMo » replying to Almico » Jan 14, 2019, 10:38 am

yes

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Almico

Postby Almico » replying to MaKoMo » Jan 14, 2019, 11:32 am

Yay!

Another question: Are the events permanently tied to the x-axis values? When I have my X limits set to 50-450 I get this:

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If I want them set from 150-450 the events get buried and I get this?

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Is there a layman's way of getting the events to display with a 150-450 temp range?

baldheadracing

Postby baldheadracing » Jan 14, 2019, 12:33 pm

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EvergreenBuzzBuzz

Postby EvergreenBuzzBuzz » Jan 14, 2019, 1:06 pm

Alan,

On Events>Config, right side where there is a check box Snap - is that unchecked?
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Almico

Postby Almico » replying to EvergreenBuzzBuzz » Jan 14, 2019, 1:11 pm

Unchecked

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MaKoMo

Postby MaKoMo » Jan 14, 2019, 1:11 pm

Almico wrote:Yay!

Another question: Are the events permanently tied to the x-axis values? When I have my X limits set to 50-450 I get this:

Is there a layman's way of getting the events to display with a 150-450 temp range?


Well, a little off topic ...

Events have by default their own axis which are only indicated by those horizontal bars below the first phase mark. If you move the lower limit of the first phase up (within the Phases dialog), those bars will follow. However, there is also an option to have the events aligned by value to the y-axis if the flag "Snap" is ticked in the Events dialog.

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Almico

Postby Almico » replying to MaKoMo » Jan 14, 2019, 1:22 pm

Sorry for the OT. Moderators please move if desired.

But the Snap worked!

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