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Esteb
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« Reply #120 on: May 16, 2018, 09:39:32 PM »

Also, if you are running Mach3 without the parallel port driver, the LED may not work correctly. Many Mach3 functions rely on the parallel port driver, or a motion controller plugin, to work properly.

Ahhh ok!!
I have an Ethernet Smooth Stepper with a CNC4PC's breakout board, running Mach3 on a thin client with Windows XP.
Any suggestions to solve this?

I bought your screenset about 2 months ago, best investment ever!! So, I'm running an unmodified version of your screenset.

I love your screenset, but I'm trying to adapt to a touch screen panel, because I have an HMI with 1024 x 768 of resolution, and the icons and buttons are very small, especially if the operator uses gloves

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« Reply #121 on: May 17, 2018, 05:32:34 AM »

As long as you have the smoothstepper plugin installed, it's OK.
The problem is when running Mach3 in "Simulation Mode", with no parallel port or plugin installed.
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