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  • Hi, this only applies to the fonts that are included in emWin, not fonts generated by the Font Converter. These standard fonts are listed in the manual as "GUI_FONT...". You could use TTF fonts to generate the font with a desired font size during runtime. TTF files are usually pretty big, so in most cases it would make sense to store them on external memory. You can find examples on how to use TTF fonts in emWin in the Wiki: - TTF file in ROM - TTF file on external memory The most memory-efficie…

  • Font Converter issue

    SEGGER - Florian - - emWin related


    Hi, the Font Converter always adds the pixel height of the font to the file name, not just the height of a character. The pixel height includes the spacing above and below a character, therefore the height can be the same with different point sizes. Best regards, Florian

  • Hi, your display driver may not be configured correctly. Unfortunately, we do not currently have a ready-to-use LCDConf.c for the board you are using, so you might want to contact ST about this issue. It could also be a hardware error. Sometimes the display is not placed correctly, so that the outputs look crooked or offset. Best regards, Florian

  • Hi, the values are getting written onto the display all at once. You can add a delay to the for-loop to see the value getting updated. To do that, use GUI_Delay(ms). Best regards, Florian

  • Hi, you would have to add more values at once in order for the curve to update faster. Every value added with GRAPH_DATA_YT_AddValue() only equates to 1px in width of the curve. It makes sense to store the values in an array, if they are not dynamic, to save CPU time. Best regards, Florian

  • GIF image drawing

    SEGGER - Florian - - emWin related


    Hi, if you convert a GIF image to a C array, you simply have to call IMAGE_SetGIF() and the GIF will be drawn automatically (all subimages and time delays). The best way to extract the subimages probably would be GIMP. When loading the GIF image, you may have to click "Filters -> Animations -> Unoptimize". This is because the frames in most GIFs image only contain the changes but not the full frame to achieve a lower file size. After the frames are unoptimized, you can export all layers by click…

  • GIF image drawing

    SEGGER - Florian - - emWin related


    Hi, you would achieve the best performance with memory devices, however, you would probably need a lot of RAM to create a device for every sub-image (depending on the image size). I would recommend to save and draw each sub-image as a C bitmap. Drawing the sub-images with GUI_GIF_DrawSub() won't be as efficient as drawing bitmaps, since the routine has to search the array for each sub-image every time. This means, through the end of the GIF, the routine takes longer to find the correct sub-image…

  • Hi, the key input from the client should be sent to the VNC server. In emWin, there are two ways to react on keyboard input. It depends whether you are using the window manager, or not. When using the window manager, have to react on the WM_KEY message. This message is sent to the window that has the focus when a key was pressed. If you have something that does not receive input focus (like a normal window), you can just call WM_SetFocus() on it. C Source Code (17 lines)A pointer to a WM_KEY_INF…

  • Hi, Quote from bio_med: “GUI_TOUCH_CalcCoefficients(NUM_TOUCHSCREEN_CAL_POINTS, ReferenceX, ReferenceY, SampleX, SampleY, X_Size, Y_Size); ” this routine is used for calibration. Before you can do that, the touch points have to be retrieved from the controller and sent to emWin. This is done by the routine GUI_TOUCH_StoreStateEx(). Below you can find a (simplified) example configuration for the STM32F746G-Disco. Note that this is only an example, you have to adapt it according to your hardware. …

  • Hi, I forgot to mention that the sample cannot be used on capacitive touchscreens. Are you using a capacitive or a resistive touchscreen? And how do you pass the data sent by the touch controller to emWin? Best regards, Florian

  • Hi, I cannot really say what is going wrong without knowing which hardware you are using or what you are doing after the calibration in your application. Can you provide me some information and code to reproduce the behavior? Thanks and best regards, Florian

  • Update: We have fixed the bug and uploaded a new demo version onto the website. Best regards, Florian

  • Hi, we were able to reproduce the behavior and are looking into it. I found that the file dialog would still be opened when pressing CTRL + O. Best regards, Florian

  • Hi, it should work when calling GUI_QR_Draw() in a WM_PAINT case instead of WM_INIT_DIALOG. In fact, you should only draw inside of a WM_PAINT case when using the Window Manager, or otherwise it won't work properly. Best regards, Florian

  • Hi, which VNC client are you using and have you set any options? And could you send me your LCDConf.c file? Thanks and best regards, Florian

  • Hello, please note that the common language in this forum is English. I would suggest you open a new thread where you address your concern in English. Thanks and best regards, Florian

  • GUIBuilder unreliable

    SEGGER - Florian - - emWin related


    Hi, thanks for your feedback! Let me help you with your problems. 1. In order for something to be displayed, you should make sure that the text color is different from the background color. And you also have to set a text to the TEXT object. To do that, click "Set text" in the TEXT object properties, click "Add text", then "New language" and then you can enter a text by double-clicking the "-". Finally, click "Select". 2. Are you referring to the play mode inside AppWizard? Or do you mean export…

  • Hi, yes, you can convert the XBF file into a binary array by using the Bin2C tool. The array only has to be addressable. The GetData function then only has to copy the array to the source address. C Source Code (25 lines) Best regards, Florian

  • Hi, I would advise against the use of SIF fonts, since this font format is considered obsolete. It makes more sense to use XBF fonts instead. XBF fonts can be created from installed fonts using the Font Converter tool. If you want to store fonts in accessible ROM, you should convert it into a normal font structure. In case you want to store the font data on external memory, you can find a sample here that demonstrates how to do this with XBF fonts. Best regards, Florian

  • Hi, PNG decoding requires a lot of RAM, but given that you allocated more than 6MB to emWin, this shouldn't be the problem. It could be something wrong with the PNG image itself, have you tried using another PNG image, just to see if that works? You may try with the image I have attached, as this one worked for me. Best regards, Florian