How to restore the histogram window

Its been a few weeks since I worked with OpenMV, and I do not have the histogram windows anymore, just have the frame buffer.
Cannot find how to restore it :open_mouth:

Hover your mouse over the right side of the IDE. It should change to indicate something you can grab. Then click and dragging the slider grip to unhind the window area.

In general, just move your mouse over the IDE until you see the mouse change to indicate there’s something to grab.

OK Thanks
The windows was ‘‘rolled down’’, so YES by moving the mouse over the status bar , the ‘‘stretch’’ icon popped up… so I just had to ‘‘unroll’’ the histogram

May I suggest, you add this feature to the wiki http://docs.openmv.io/openmvcam/tutorial/openmvide_overview.html

You are the second person to run into this. With… ALOT of effort I can make the IDE display a drawer when the area is closed. I will try to do this.

…or just explaining this behavior in the histogram section within the wiki could be usefull :wink:

Okay, I managed to add drawers to the next version of the IDE. It works pretty slick like. Qt won’t allow me to get it quite perfect but it’s good enough. I can’t seem to get the tool button for opening closed vertical drawers to fill up the control space… you’ll see what I mean when the new IDE is out.

Anyways…

Okay, I got this working perfectly. Looks really pro.

Cool :smiley:
And how (or when) can we get this new feature ?

The IDE is almost ready. We just have to fix some issue with USB drivers windows created for us in the last OS update a few days ago.

Thanks for adding the ‘‘arrow’’ when the histogram is minimized

Please hover your mouse near the bottom of the IDE under the frame buffer will window. Your mouse should change to a grab pointer. Left click to grab the window and the histogram will window will unhide itself.

I have an issue with a device that does not want to load (it used to be) = px4flow , and I remember that you wrote above:

The IDE is almost ready. We just have to fix some issue with USB drivers windows created for us in the last OS update a few days ago.

Can you give me a clue how you fixed it ?

Thanks

What device are you talking about? The fix was in the MP firmware to the USB flash drive to implement cache flushing. Damien of MP did that for us.

Ah no its not that then, the pax4flow is a stm32 based system as well, but the problem seems to deal with outdated drivers, thanks for the iinformation anyway :slight_smile: