[Coco] Full GUI DriveWire 4 beta
aawolfe at gmail.com
Wed Dec 29 15:29:49 EST 2010
Ok.. well I can't explain or reproduce this behavior. It's working
fine here on linux 64, so I think it will be best to just wait for me
to make a package and we'll see if the one I build works any better
for you. I want to sort of the display issue, the fonts are too big,
but once that is done I'll make packages for all the platforms.
On Wed, Dec 29, 2010 at 3:25 PM, Steven Hirsch <snhirsch at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 29 Dec 2010, Aaron Wolfe wrote:
>> The "coco model" setting and "rate override" are maybe not intuitive.
>> basically, rate override take precedence but whatever is set for coco
>> model will still show up on the first page of instance settings. The
>> coco model is something is legacy from the way dw3 worked, I suppose I
>> can just combine the two values into a single "what speed" question
>> and eliminate the over ride thing altogether.
> Unfortunately, the 460800 is not presented as a dropdown option, so there is
> simply no way to set it at all!
>> Are you using an old config from a previous version? There are some
>> settings like configautosave that need to be present to use the GUI,
>> they are in the config.xml from CVS. I'm working on making things
>> tolerant of that type of thing.. its backwards compatible now in that
>> you can use an old config standalone with the server, but it won't
>> work if you try to use the new gui with an old config.
> Per my message that crossed in the wires: I tried the config.xml from CVS
> and it makes no difference whatever. No settings are retained.
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