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TOPIC: Data Viewer Enhancements (look and feel)

#351 7 years 7 months ago
Data Viewer Enhancements (look and feel)

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I'd like to start this thread to allow feedback on what works well and not so well with the data viewer.

I'll go first and say I really love the o'scope look and feel of the viewer. Being an electrical engineer for the company that makes the very best of these I have a high appreciation for that.

One of the annoying things to me is that while it behaves like an O'scope it's an O'scope with the vertical knob broken off. You have to look at all signals scaled to the largest seen.

I would be happy to prototype enhancements to the viewer if it uses open source tools and has a nice git repository.
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#354 7 years 7 months ago
Data Viewer Enhancements (look and feel)

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We are working on the mini project description for this now. We may need to go back to the drawing board to make something that is easy to extend and that can interface to a wide variety of hardware.

We hope many people will join this project that will be in the Collaborate section of the website.

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