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    Where can I find the "All States" file for adding buttons to TNG software?

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    TNGv2 has too much parameters for single "All States" tab.
    In next release we will include state file templates. They are almost ready and just need to be verified.



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    Quote Originally Posted by PlanetCNC View Post
    TNGv2 has too much parameters for single "All States" tab.
    In next release we will include state file templates. They are almost ready and just need to be verified.
    Wasn't planning to use them all at the same time. Just cut and paste the ones I wanted. (time to finish, program extents,...)



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    Default Re: All States file

    All parameters are also listed in GCode manual included with software. Unfortunately still without description. But most of them are self-explanatory.



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    Default Re: All States file

    Last version has state files in Samples folder. They can be copied to your profile or used as an example to make your own.



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    Thanks, That's what I was looking for. Didn't look too good... I guess.



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