Is it correct that the alarm action ”Call Program” only can Work with Windows Batch files
? and not Phyton script files or VBS files ?
I am having the problem that I am getting the ”DOS window” in the middle of Artisan and it
is quit annoying.
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Hello Artisan users,
Have a configuration issue that’s tripping me up and affecting my development work.
All my events buttons recently disappeared. Had built a bunch for manual Power and Fan
settings. Spent an incredible amount of time trying to figure out how to restore the
Event buttons from a palette file I’d saved a while back (as it’s happened before).
I got the buttons back and they work while I’m logging a roast but all event’s between FC
and Drop don’t show up in the graph after I end a roast. I have Power and Fan as well as
trier sample events (pulling beans at different roast levels) being marked down but as
soon as I get to the end of the roast every Event between FC and Drop disappears and is
lost in the Roast Propertied events tab as well as the graph. I know my Gas and Fan
settings so I don’t mind losing that data, but after 10 development roasts with lost Trier
sample temperature Events, I really want to get it working again so I can see what temps I
liked the most during cupping.
Perhaps something in the Palette file is bad and is adding extra characters after a
button? Or it’s a config file from an earlier version of Artisan so it’s screwing things
up? All the buttons show up fine and the appropriate events get marked in the graph while
I’m roasting, its just that the 2nd half of the roast events suddenly disappear when I
finish the roast.
Additionally, I’d love to figure out how to see the Event data get indexed to the BT curve
instead of the ET curve.
Any help is appreciated. I tried searching through 2 years of indexed Artisan-user mailing
list threads but couldn’t find anything. Apologies if I’ve missed the obvious somewhere.
One last point, I’ve never had the chance to thank Marko for all his efforts, but this
software is incredible and I am very grateful for it. Great stuff and a big thanks to all
who have contributed on it.