[Kst] [kst] [Bug 325087] New: Allow use of user defined scalars in filter plugins

david.mcminn at iwcdownhole.com david.mcminn at iwcdownhole.com
Thu Sep 19 11:20:48 UTC 2013


            Bug ID: 325087
           Summary: Allow use of user defined scalars in filter plugins
    Classification: Unclassified
           Product: kst
           Version: 2.0.7
          Platform: MS Windows
                OS: MS Windows
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
          Severity: normal
          Priority: NOR
         Component: ui
          Assignee: kst at kde.org
          Reporter: david.mcminn at iwcdownhole.com

I can create a scalar value, for example named manually as "Order" with a
generated value of 33. The data manager shows the scalar is "Order (X1)" with 1
sample and the value 33.
If I then go to create a filter plugin (Low Pass Filter in this case) and
choose the drop down menu list for the "Filter Order" then I see all the
scalars that are defined for vectors (e.g. min, max, etc) but I do not see the
scalar that I defined manually.
Clicking on the "New scalar" button beside the "Filter Order" drop down and
creating a new scalar creates a new scalar (seen in data manager) but does not
allow it to be selected in the filter plugin. The number updates to the value
of the newly created scalar, but it would be better to refer to it by name IMO.
The same applies for the "Cutoff frequency / Sample rate" scalar.
The same probably also applies for other plugins although I have not tried

Reproducible: Always

Expected Results:  
I would expect to be able to refer to scalars used in the filter settings by
name, so that if I change one value it changes everywhere.

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