I live in Croatia. I got access to MacMini today for few hours but the builds/releases currently on the GitHub did not work, there were problems already with opening the Path workbench. And on Linux I can not reproduce the issue, I played a lot with the attached models but the issue did not appear. Using:chrisb wrote: ↑Sat Jan 12, 2019 4:16 pmmlampert had the same issue on Linux: https://forum.freecadweb.org/viewtopic. ... 10#p277776The MacOS build process seems to be out of whack anyway. That's why we don't get regularly updates for MacOS .I don't have access to Mac (and also I don't have much experience with it) so it is difficult for me to find the cause of the problem. I can maybe try to borrow Mac for a few days but need to know first how to setup FreeCAD build environment on OS X.
I will send a MacMini to user looo, so he can work on it. Perhaps he can send the MacMini to you once he is finished. Where do you live?
currently only cylinder and box are supported as stock model for adaptive op
not sure if I fully understand this question - however current implementation of adaptive is essentially 2d operation so it does not work with surfaces, you can only use edges (their projection to XY plane) to define tool boundary.
Hi Jurij,jurij wrote: ↑Fri Jan 18, 2019 4:24 pmI might have a way to reproduce the problem. I've done the following using FreeCAD Version: 0.18.15619 (Git) AppImage.
1) Install fresh Fedora 29 distribution. CORRECT PATH.
2) Install all updates for Fedora 29 ( dnf update ). WRONG PATH.
3) Downgrade glibc packages ( dnf downgrade glibc ). CORRECT PATH.
So the problem might be with glibc library.
This sounds to me like an option to switch off the tool radius compensation (i.e. in order to use G41 or G42 in the machine controller)? If so, you can perhaps get that by making offset shape (i.e. by distance equal to tool radius) and use it as tool boundary - I know it's not very practical solution but if you don't need that very often it may be OK approach.
I'm setting up a new laptop with