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Mon, Jan 14
Tue, Jan 8
Wed, Jan 2
Found a bit of time over Christmas to work on the AXIOM Remote software but nothing big this time: I implemented automatic wrapping of longer text within rectangular bounds.
Its quite a challenge to do if you draw every pixel of every letter manually. In the following demo video you can see how turning the knob reduces the rectangular bounds of the text to be drawn. The black lines mark the length of the next word in the sentence being wrapped to test/debug the wrapping. The lines and bounds will not be visible in the end of course.
Sun, Dec 30
Dec 24 2018
made a bigger update.
Dec 22 2018
Dec 20 2018
Dec 19 2018
Adjustments to the daemon are done, see comm packet. Also added digital gain and reworked analog gain.
Made today a update:
- Iconfont is now generated
- slider in the modal window
moved css to other theme file, now it seems to be applied.
Dec 16 2018
[15:44] (BAndiT1983) RexOrCine, this issue should solve the struggle with images at least a bit -> https://github.com/borkweb/bootstrap-mediawiki/issues/49
Dec 12 2018
Dec 11 2018
Just a quick update, tested the daemon with web UI and it works great. Of course current setup is still not finalized and daemon runs as app, so it can be killed directly, but "analog gain" setting works fine (done some test snapshots). Next step will be some adjustments to the comm packet, so we have dedicated command parameter for get/set (a bit like REST), so the part of splitting "set_gain" to check the command will become obsolete and the code easier.
Dec 10 2018
Some more things discussed yesterday summarized:
Dec 9 2018
Thanks. I'll fix the rest.
Right I see the problem now.
Nah. The images are meant to be full body width. There's a problem somewhere.
I created a concept for exploring enclosure options for shield connectors/interface/sensor placements:
Dec 7 2018
I thought you said it was the rooster that sounded the alarm to the villagers that the pancake had gone rogue. I love it how you're making out that you're not familiar with the story now.
Is that chicken going in the pancake or is that mr. hankey in the image "the pancake"?
Sebastian wanted it to look like a Ladybird book (namely 'The Big Pancake', which he likes), I wanted it to look like the Bible (still the most popular book in the world after the Harry Potter and the Fantastic Boasts series).