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  1. I ended up writing a simple C++ library that implements the measurement functions: https://github.com/nicolasmiller/moduscope It just operates on arrays of samples so it's straightforward to use with the normal Waveforms SDK.
  2. Is there a way to execute "Defined Measurement" functions on an analog input stream from inside a custom Waveforms SDK program? I'm particularly interested in running a frequency measurement from my custom application (but ideally all of the factory defined measurement functions would be available). Judging by the SDK documentation, it seems that the only way to accomplish such a feat is to re-implement the calculation by hand such that it runs against an appropriate buffer of acquired samples. I don't want to duplicate this effort unless it's absolutely necessary. Even being able to see how these functions are implemented for the internal Waveforms functionality would be helpful if they can't be made available via the SDK API (apparently these implementations are kept secret; they are not visible in the measurement "Edit" window). UPDATE: I've established that the measurement functions are available from the Javascript API. Is it possible to boot a headless Waveforms and immediately execute a Waveforms "Script"? It doesn't seem to be possible execute a Waveforms "Script" from the normal Waveforms SDK; this would be really useful. But something along the lines of this would be great: /usr/bin/waveforms --run /path/to/MyCoolCustomScript.js where the script file is just a normal Waveforms "Script" like what you would run from the Script device.
  3. Very close: QPlainTextEdit{color:white;} This changes the color of text that is typed into the box manually, but the text that is posted by the protocol process is still blue. The coloration is probably hardcoded there I suppose.
  4. Thanks for the reply. This is interesting. If arbitrary CSS is accepted where you're showing, perhaps there is actually a way to get at those colors. Is a list of valid CSS ids and classes available for the application? Or is the raw CSS of the factory styles available for editing? I'll do a bit of research and see if I can figure out a solution and post any results here.
  5. Is there a way to change the typeface of the output in the Protocol UART RX window in Waveforms 2015? On my machine, in Linux, it is bright blue, which I find to be very hard to read. Clearly, I could just export to a text file, but I'd rather be able to monitor the output inside of Waveforms.