Smaller throttle window?

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Re: Smaller throttle window?

Post by rjversluis » 07.07.2018, 14:56

Hi Jürgen,

I also changed the default size, so it can be resized smaller and larger.

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Re: Smaller throttle window?

Post by MadMax » 07.07.2018, 15:10

I don't get it, isn't it simply a question of having the same default dimensions, then resizing "without limits"?

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Re: Smaller throttle window?

Post by jpultar » 07.07.2018, 15:17

Hi, so default size will be a bigger window? This I’d really appreciate :D

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Re: Smaller throttle window?

Post by woodyboy » 07.07.2018, 21:01

Nice new feature the resizing of the throttle. But when resizing smaller than a pictogram in a control can be resized, Rocview crashes. But I repeat, I like the feature of control resizing.

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Re: Smaller throttle window?

Post by rjversluis » 08.07.2018, 06:52

Hi Bert,

I cannot reproduce this, but I set now the absolute minimum size, so you cannot resize smaller.

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Re: Smaller throttle window?

Post by woodyboy » 08.07.2018, 08:43

Hi Rob,

For your understanding see the attached screenshot, it seems the control for step I is the cause. Beyond this point rocview crashes. Maybe that control scales to a negative size :?:. But I minimum size is a solution to prevent :D

This behaviour is with: HEAD is now at 8c9e527 throttledlg: fix for for default dialog size
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Re: Smaller throttle window?

Post by jpultar » 08.07.2018, 08:44

Good Morning Rob,

14.077 works perfect for me - also with the new bigger defauft window size :D

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Re: Smaller throttle window?

Post by freeclimber » 08.07.2018, 15:29

Hello,

I just tested 14077.
The new default size is as small, that the Nr. I Speedstep is cropped.
I am using a Laptop with 1920x1080 resolution.

When I resize and leave the throttle open while closing Rocrail, it will be reopened in the new size.
When I close Rocrail with the trottle closed, it will be opened again in the default size, leading to cropped Nr. I Speedstep.

Not a big deal, but resizing every time the trottles to use correctly the speedsteps?

My suggestion: A place in the Rocview options where the user can specify the default size of the throttle in pixels.

Best regards

Christian
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Re: Smaller throttle window?

Post by rjversluis » 08.07.2018, 15:48

Hi Christian,

just check 14080.

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Re: Smaller throttle window?

Post by freeclimber » 09.07.2018, 22:16

Hello Rob,

I just tested with 14080. Now it looks nice and it works.
Thank you! :thumb_up:

Christian
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Re: Smaller throttle window?

Post by WernerSc » 19.07.2018, 23:16

Hello Rob

you might have noticed the cropped images. While only slightly cropped with Windows it is now heavily cropped with the Linux variants (e.g. builds 14091 on Ubuntu 18.08 and OpenSUSE). Unfortunately the height of the image area doesn't change when vertically resizing the throttle window.
The last known good build with regard to loco image display was the 13965 (see 2nd image).

Regards

Werner
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Re: Smaller throttle window?

Post by rjversluis » 20.07.2018, 06:47

Hi Werner,

yes, I know, I have to make some extra corrections and scaling.
Its on the list.

-> Fixed in 14095.

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