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    Default UCCNC default Jog Speed

    Hey G'day people,

    I'm a little over always having to increase the Jog Speed in UCCNC - Its not a huge issue but the less clicks the better is the way I like it.

    I found another topic on this issue in our forum but it will not work for me at all, I reboot and default Jog is still 10% which is rather irritating now..

    Am I doing something wrong or is there another way of doing this.. using the current version of UCCNC which works with the ethernet board.

    Cheers,
    Steve

    dezsoe wrote:
    If you want to save your jog feed rate, use this in M99999.txt:

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    exec.Writekey("JogSettings", "JogFeedRate", AS3jog.Getfield(913));

    and in M99998.txt:

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    AS3jog.Setfieldtext(exec.Readkey("JogSettings", "JogFeedRate", "50"), 913);
    AS3jog.Validatefield(913);

    and also this

    by Greolt » Sat Sep 23, 2017 1:23 am

    A_Camera wrote:
    Just solved it by changing this line in the Defaultscreenset.ssf:

    AS3jog.Setfieldtext("50", 913);
    AS3jog.Validatefield(913);

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    Default Re: UCCNC default Jog Speed

    Steve,

    what do mean when you say those solutions won't work for you.

    Do you mean they are not what you want, or you cannot get them to work.

    I just tried the screenset file method and that worked fine. I'm guessing the Constructor/Destructor macro method will work fine too.

    On a sidenote, you're much more likely to get the help you need on the UCCNC forum rather than the general Australia section of CNC zone.



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    Default Re: UCCNC default Jog Speed

    Beefy G'day,

    I've used both methods and I can't get it to work..

    Happy its working for you..

    Cheers,
    Steve



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    Default Re: UCCNC default Jog Speed

    Quote Originally Posted by curiosity22 View Post

    Am I doing something wrong or is there another way of doing this.. using the current version of UCCNC which works with the ethernet board.
    OK there's a little clue in what you said in that sentence that indicates you may not be doing things correctly. There is no such thing as "the" ethernet board.

    There are UC400ETH, UC300ETH, and the AXBB. All are ethernet connection. Also the UC300ETH can attach to a variety of daughter boards or breakout boards like the UB1.

    Let's start off with the easy one, writing to the screenset file.
    Can you explain exactly where you wrote the code which did not work, i.e. the file path, and where in the file did you write the code. Then I can see what went wrong, and steer you in the right direction.



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    Default Re: UCCNC default Jog Speed

    In the screen file, there are eparate screens for each differernt controller. You need to edit the correct portion for the controller that you are using.

    Gerry

    UCCNC 2017 Screenset
    http://www.thecncwoodworker.com/2017.html

    Mach3 2010 Screenset
    http://www.thecncwoodworker.com/2010.html

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    Default Re: UCCNC default Jog Speed

    Beefy G'day,

    Thank you for taking the time,

    Yes AXBB..

    ok

    The file below is what I have edited, I only have the one screenset there is no other. I use notepad ++ to do the edits

    uccnc\screens\Defaultscreenset.ssf

    In my case line 2051 I edit AS3jog.Setfield(10, 913); I change the 10 to 50 under this I copy paste
    AS3jog.Validatefield(913);

    So now it looks like

    AS3jog.Setfieldtext("50", 913);
    AS3jog.Validatefield(913);

    Cheers,
    Steve



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    Default Re: UCCNC default Jog Speed

    Ger G'day,

    There are separate M99998.txt and M99999.txt in each profile, I have only found the one default screen set?

    Cheers,
    Steve



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    There are multiple sections in the screen file, for each controller. You hzve to edit it in the correct section.

    Gerry

    UCCNC 2017 Screenset
    http://www.thecncwoodworker.com/2017.html

    Mach3 2010 Screenset
    http://www.thecncwoodworker.com/2010.html

    JointCAM - CNC Dovetails & Box Joints
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    Default Re: UCCNC default Jog Speed

    Ok now Im with you, there is only one reference to AS3jog.Setfieldtext("50", 913); in the .ssf so >?

    Cheers,
    Steve



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    Default Re: UCCNC default Jog Speed

    OK might have an idea of what's going wrong.

    The latest install has a new screen design, primarily black. That screen uses the screenset file "Default2019.ssf", not the file which you used "Defaultscreenset.ssf" (I made the same mistake).

    Also you need to put your code in the AXBB section inside the screenset file. The screenset file contains multiple sets of code for each controller board and breakout board combo.
    Your code starts with:

    //REGION AXBB

    and ends with:

    //ENDREGION AXBB

    See if that works.



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    Default Re: UCCNC default Jog Speed

    There we go ty muchly working as intended now.


    Cheers Beefy much appreciate your time

    Steve



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