Universal Functions GUI ((INSTALL))
A Universal Robot can be controlled from remote by sending simple commands to the GUI over a TCP/IP socket. This interface is called the "Dashboard Server". Main functions of the server are to load, play, pause, and stop a robot program, set user access level, and receive feedback about robot state.
Universal Functions GUI
XML-RPC is a Remote Procedure Call method that uses XML to transfer data between programs over sockets. With it, the UR controller can call methods/functions (with parameters) on a remote program/server and get back structured data. By using it, a complex calculation which is not available in URScript can be performed. In addition, other software packages can be combined with URScript.
SAP GUI is SAP's universal client for accessing SAP functionality in SAP applications such as - SAP ERP, SAP Business Suite (SAP CRM, SAP SCM and SAP PLM), SAP Business Intelligence and so on. SAP GUI functions like a browser. It gets information from the SAP server like what, where, when and how to display contents in its window. All members of the SAP GUI family have unique attributes that make them especially suited for different user environments. SAP GUI comes in the following three different flavors:
SAP GUI for HTMLSAP GUI for HTML automatically maps the screen elements in SAP transactions to HTML using HTML Business functions available within the SAP Internet Transaction Server. A web browser is sufficient to access almost all transactions. Please note: Since SAP GUI for HTML is an application running on the ITS, you find corresponding information on the ITS Wiki page. The SAP Screen Personas 3.0 editor is run in the SAP GUI for HTML after you install the SAP Screen Personas add-on.
Tkinter provides a variety of built-in functions develop interactive and featured GUI (Graphical User Interface). after() function is also a Universal function which can be used directly on the root as well as with other widgets.
The kiss_sdl widget toolkit is now improved a lot. It now has a window, multiline label, button, select button, vertical scrollbar, horizontal scrollbar, progress bar, entry box, textbox, and a combo box. All calls to external library functions from the widget functions are abstracted to separate source files, kiss_draw.c, kiss_general.c, and kiss_posix.c. By rewriting these functions, the implementation of the general operations can be changed, and different external libraries can be used. It now also works in Visual Studio, it was tested with the Visual Studio Community 2015. The new version 0.8.0 is in GitHub now.
Vertically it seems that there is just not enough room for one more line in your combo box. It only draws a line when it can draw it with full height. Also it only draws a character when it can draw it with full width.------------------------kiss_sdl - Simple universal GUI widget toolkit for SDL2 _sdl
Do you mean, create your own custom widget, different from the standard widgets? There are four ways to do that. First is to create a composite widget, from several other widgets, a combo box is an example of this. Second is a user added functionality. Write your own event function and call the standard function from that. Then functionlity can be added in case when the standard function returns nonzero, but also new reactions to mouse and keyboard events can be added. This has to be done the same way it is done in the standard widget event functions though, like at least it should be first checked whether the widget is visible. Third, the functionality can also be added in case if the event is a NULL pointer. Like for games it may be important to add time dependent effects to widgets, like making them to continuously change shape, rather than being static. A progress bar is an example of this. And fourth is to write your own widget, by copying the structure and functions of a standard widget, and modifying them.
Doing it by switching the visibility is inevitable with a simple design, when all widgets are created first and all functions of these widgets are in the event loop and active. For creating and destroying widgets dynamically, in widget toolkits such as GTK, there is a hidden mechanism, which has a some kind of repository of information about all widgets. A mechanism that makes these widget toolkits more complex, but is rather mostly unnecessary. This mechanism adds only the functions of these widgets to the event loop, that currently exist, thus eliminating the need to have functions of all widgets in the event loop. One can implement such mechanism with kiss_sdl as well, but it would mostly be rather unnecessary.
A universal function (or ufunc) is a function that operates on ndarrays element by element, providing array broadcasting, type casting, and a variety of other standard features. A ufunc, in other words, is a "vectorized" wrapper around a function that accepts a fixed number of scalar inputs and returns a fixed number of scalar outputs.
Since these trigonometric functions operate in radians, angles must be converted to radians by multiplying by pi/180. Only then can we refer to trigonometric functions. They accept an array of arguments as input.
With this release a logging function was introduced. This should be helpful to catch some debug output and trace back problems. Especially calling some indenters causes trouble and without further information it is hard to reproduce the problem. Also in this release the latest Uncrustify version is supported, the fonts for Mac OS X were corrected and the Mac OS X package is a real universal binary again.
There are two big news coming with this version. First is that a MacOSX universal binary package is now available for download. It's been short tested on Leopard so more feedback is welcome. At second a long needed update to the latest version of Uncrustify and Artistic Styler has been done. Enjoy your well looking code.
Last week there was no time to continue developing UniversalIndentGUI. Now some steps ahead are needed. So I would be very thankful for any suggestions to make the project reach beta state. This means fix bugs, make it more usable by menu cleanup or more logical stepwise usage. Please use the bug report and feature request functions here at sourceforge for this. Now raise your voice!
The planning for a flexible, universal ini file for each indenter is mostly done. The implementation will follow and along with it an ini file for AStyle. With this step the project state will change from preAlpha to Alpha. Release might come this week. I will be happy about any post in the forum!
Then, if you are happy with it, you can save it to disk by typing funcsave fish_prompt. This saves the prompt in /.config/fish/functions/fish_prompt.fish. (Or, if you want, you can create that file manually from the start.)
Tell engine to use the USI (universal shogi interface). This will be sent once as a first command after program boot to tell the engine to switch to USI mode. After receiving the usi command the engine must identify itself with the id command and send the option commands to tell the GUI which engine settings the engine supports. After that, the engine should send usiok to acknowledge the USI mode. If no usiok is sent within a certain time period, the engine task will be killed by the GUI.
The convenient and easy-to-use PC software, "Immediate Motion Creator for CM/SCX Series", is provided with the SCX11. Easily start an operation with the click of a button or start key by setting the travel amount and speed. The GUI allows for easy program creation by selecting commands from the commands list. Other functions available include; real time monitor for the teaching position, current position and I/O status, system parameter setting, oscilloscope function and I/O assignment.
The evolution of web services occurred as all major platforms were able to access the internet, but different platforms could not interact with each other. Web services were able to take platforms to the next level by publishing functions, message, programs or objects to the rest of the internet.
The web service method can help developers segment applications into components that can be used and reused for various needs. For example, more than one program might need a conversion tool or a reporting function. This is possible due to web services' universal communication protocols.
The BNC Model 1105 offers built-in statistics and math functions. Users can measure and display mean, min/max, delta & standard deviation (Figure-4). These apply to period, frequency, time interval, risetime and peak voltage measurements. Scale & offset can be easily used in compensating for systematic occurrences.
All functions are controlled by either the front panel or via remote control. USB control is standard; GPIB is optional. Data logging to a spreadsheet is easily accomplished with free software. Of interest is the Ethernet connectivity via your LAN, using your IP address. You can control and display the parameters of several 1105's from your local computer.
MacPorts defaults to building for the architecture that it is running as. If you have a universal MacPorts installation on an Apple Silicon Mac, and you run it from a terminal emulator that is not a native arm64 binary, MacPorts will end up being run as x86_64, and will build ports accordingly, which can be unexpected. This can be corrected by explicitly setting build_arch arm64 in macports.conf, or by using a native terminal emulator. 041b061a72