I have been playing around with my line-us and the python API for a couple of hours, and it is now happily covering paper with trochoids, making it a nice techie version of the spirograph I used to play with when I was a kid.
It now seems I am stuck with a very basic thing: I used GCODE M28 and M29 to store a sequence of G01 commands in the internal file 3. I am seeing my file when issuing an M20 GCODE, but I cannot find the proper GCODE to tell line-us: “draw whatever you have stored in file number X”. M23 is the closest I could find in the doc, but it does not do exactly what I want (or I was not smart enough to understand its usage). Pressing repeatedly the button in blue or red mode does not help. My files does not appear in the app interface either.
Is it possible to programmatically tell line-us to draw the content of a file stored in its internal memory ?