One day, I was reaching for something and my arm brushed against the keyboard (hitting one or more keys) and my machine started to move. I can’t remember what screen I was on but it was almost like I activated the SEND on the MDI screen. I have tried reproducing it many times without success. (V4 CM)
Yes, I would love to find a way activate the SEND key… (since I do a lot of MDI data input)
Unfortunately, Adafruit is out of stock on the Bluefruit EZ-Key and has been for some time. Apparently they are redesigning it. However, according to comments from an Adafruit employee in the forums, it might not be available for a long time due to problems sourcing the components. Too bad, since it is really the perfect device for any kind of wireless HID project.
I’ve been working on a DIY wireless jog pendant for the past few days. I hope I’ll be ready to post the finished project by next weekend.
Is it possible to make all of the descriptions on the sheet consistent - either include the key combination in the text or don’t include it?
For example, “Carbide motion - reset Grbl to factory defaults” doesn’t give the key combination and has two arrows (one to control, one to 1), but “Carbide Create - control x delete the current selection” has one arrow to X and no arrow to Control.
If you choose to keep the key combinations in the text, perhaps reduce the verbosity by adopting a notation, for example “[Control A] Carbide Create - Select everything”. At the moment, sometimes it says “X will select everything” and other times it doesn’t as in “X Undo”