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My Openplotter installation Blog
(12-23-2016, 01:03 PM)Tigress Wrote:
(05-04-2016, 01:43 PM)Alpenskipper Wrote:
(05-04-2016, 07:36 AM)Sailoog Wrote: amazing!
I can see you have installed the virtual keyboard matchbox, Does it work right? I have not installed on OP core because processor jumps to 90% and it had some important bugs.

Yes, the keyboard is running. But the keys are pretty small. I will try to find another layout.
And the touchscreen isn't as easy to aim as with my tablet.
I will have a look on CPU usage.

Tomorrow I will install the board on board :-).

Hi Martin, is the touchscreen working well with OpenCPN? I am (still) having difficulty selecting items from the main Menu Bar...they "show" selected (they are highlighted) but do not execute as with left-click of the mouse. Appreciate any help/tips on using this delightful little display with OP and OpenCPN. Thanks.

Yes, the same issue with OpenCPN.
It is time to clean up the chaos installation.

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making a case

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First try of a remote surveillance dashboard with node red.

Node red is a great piece of software, even if I habe to ask a lot of dummie questions)

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Nice cleanup job ! My installation looks like your 'before' picture Smile

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