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todo [2017/11/17 02:38]
216.177.191.112
todo [2019/07/15 10:34] (current)
188.60.106.245 add smoothie-commands and mark smoothie-happy as discontinued
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 Support for a Gcode that pauses until user input. User input can be a button or a Gcode. We possibly only need a Gcode, since a button can then be created with Switch. Support for a Gcode that pauses until user input. User input can be a button or a Gcode. We possibly only need a Gcode, since a button can then be created with Switch.
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 +( note this might be partially supported, just with M600 instead ).
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 +</​callout>​
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 +<callout type="​primary"​ icon="​true"​ title="​Panel baby steps">​
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 +Add a panel-based tool to do micro-adjustments to the Z height live.
  
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-<callout type="success" icon="​true"​ title="​ Smoothie-Happy ( Smoothie API )">​+ 
 +<callout type="warning" icon="​true"​ title=" ​[discontinued] - Smoothie-Happy ( Smoothie API )">​
  
 [https://​github.com/​lautr3k/​ Sebastien] is working on an awesome, very complete API to talk to a Smothieboard over network from a web interface : https://​github.com/​lautr3k/​Smoothie-Happy [https://​github.com/​lautr3k/​ Sebastien] is working on an awesome, very complete API to talk to a Smothieboard over network from a web interface : https://​github.com/​lautr3k/​Smoothie-Happy
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 Contact him if you want to help. Contact him if you want to help.
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 +<callout type="​success"​ icon="​true"​ title="​ Smoothie-Commands ( aka Smoothie-Happy v2 )">​
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 +[https://​github.com/​onlfait/​ Onl'​Fait] is working on an awesome, very complete API to talk to a Smothieboard over network and serial from a web interface : https://​github.com/​onlfait/​smoothie-commands
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 +You can see a demo here : http://​smoothie-commands.surge.sh/​
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 +Contact him if you want to help.
 +</​callout>​
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 <callout type="​primary"​ icon="​true"​ title="​ ESP8266 support">​ <callout type="​primary"​ icon="​true"​ title="​ ESP8266 support">​