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  1. Dear Nallath, Thank you do much for this thorough answer. I certainly wasn't expecting this amount of detail. I have been looking into ahoeben's (fileofview) Octoprintplugin, especialy how he accesses the PrintMonitor part. However, since I'm unfamiliar with the inner workings of Cura, it raised a lot more questions, which is why I reverted to not "reusing" Cura's internal features, but just redrawing GUI elements in the MonitorStage and feeding it with values. Needless to say, that's apparently not the way to go 🙂 @nallath, thank you so much again for clarifying this situation! I will a take a more in-depth dive into Cura's code and figure out how all the componenets work together. Is there by any chance a graphic/description that details how Cura's set up internally, that I missed? Al the best, -h
  2. Dear Cura plugin community, I would like to build an addon, with which I can display the printer's status and printbed temp within the "Monitor"-Tab. So far, I can query my printer via Wifi and get a json-style response via QNetworkRequest. However, since I am unfamiliar with Qt and QML, I am having troubles parsing this data to a Label within MonitorMain.qml So far, I have: MonitorStage.py: class MonitorStage(CuraStage): [...] def Response(self, reply): [...] response = json.loads#Here I get the json from the printer I'm having a hard time with Qt's signal/slot system, where I'm struggling to parse a value from the response to a QLabel in MonitorMain.qml Would any of the more seasoned programmers on this board be able to point me to the right directions? Best regards, hauschka
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