EZ-Builder Release 2017.01.26.00

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Changes:

- lowered font size of the number selector by one point to fit 125% dpi screen res when editing Auto Position angles

- no default EZ-Script when adding buttons to mobile interface. this allows Blockly or syntax editor to be displayed when editing based on user's preferences setting

- sort auto positions list in Blockly

- Blockly ControlCommand() in utility accepts multi parameters, as long as the multi parameters do not require user input (i.e. items displayed [in square brackets] mean user data.
Example:
This is displayed: ControlCommand("RGBAnimator", startAction, "Smiles")
This is not displayed: ControlCommand("RGBAnimator", startAction, [action name])

- added Goto and Label for Blockly

- changed camera grid default from 1/3 parts to 1/4

- camera grid lines save/reload

- Blockly Say is renamed to Say EZB to reflect EZ-Script syntax
#11  
Mac, it was just a hunch. I thought it may have something to do with my issues. Seems it did not. DJ put out a update the other day that fixed my problems. So sorry you're still having yours and that I put you throug the extra work. Thanks for the update.
Synthiam
#12  
Mac doesn't have a problem:). It's merely new settings from a few weeks ago in an update that he skipped. The new settings relate to limiting max and min sizes of detected faces to use less CPU and increase frame rate. Due to the placement of the camera (and perhaps resolution), the settings will need to be tweaked for optimal performance and reliability.
Synthiam
#13  
I'm in front of a PC now - here's a screenshot of the settings that were introduced a few releases ago...
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#14  
Oh Mac has lots of problems, just none related to EZ-Robot:D

So all I need is the latest update? I'll give it a try this weekend if I get time. I'm trying to figure out how I'm going to make a slick, tool-less access cover for the pedestal that doesn't catch on anyone's purse or coat-strap. I'm thinking some black Velcro might do the trick.
#15  

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I'm thinking some black Velcro might do the trick.


neodymium magnets can also be used to tightly hold a panel in place, but opens easily with proper leverage. I use a couple to hold the access door to my electric panel in the basement closed.

Alan
#16  
Thanks Alan, that's a great idea. I actually used them to hold the EZ-Robot controller to the back of the Nook (inside the head). Should be an easy matter to recess them into the MDF.