The Kaspersky virus protection software falsely reports CNCSimulator Pro as having a virus. We have had several users reporting this.
Here is what you need to do to get around the problem:
How to add an application to exclusions in Kaspersky Internet Security
1. Open the settings Kaspersky Internet Security and choose Additional –> Threats and Exclusions.
2. Select Manage exclusions or Specify trusted applications.
Select the file or application to exclude from the scan scope in Kaspersky Internet Security. Optionally, specify the protection component that should not scan the application. You can learn more about setting up exclusions in Kaspersky Internet Security in the Knowledge Base.
Here is an example on how easy it will be to customize the popup-help in the editor, in version 3.2.
Let us change the help for G00 to Spanish.
In the beginning of the program, or in a separate include-file, we put the following line:
$CodeHelp 1 “G00|POSICIONAMIENTO RÁPIDO|G00 X.. Y.. Z..|Los desplazamientos programados a continuación de G00 se ejecutan en avance rápido establecido en la puesta a punto de la máquina, mediante los parámetros máquina.”
Then when we hold the mouse over G00 we will se the following:
We are working on the next version of CNCSimulator Pro and would like to share some exciting news with you.
In version 3.2, you will be able to completely customize the simulator so that it matches your machine! We have added commands to define your own G, M, and other codes by connecting them to your own custom subprograms or macros. These will run hidden in the background so that it looks like they are built into the simulator. You will even be able to add your own custom popup-help to match your codes.
We are also working on a feature that will allow users to simplify canned cycles into basic G-codes so that they can be run on any machine.
Stay tuned for more!