On the System tab, in the Clusters part of the System tree, Pulsars that are paired with a connected Beacon are displayed. Adjacent icons indicate the status of the Pulsars:
The following table describes each of the Pulsar status icons that are displayed on the System tab in Evoke.
Note that the overall system charge is determined by the device with the lowest charge (unless recharging – see the following note), which is shown at the top of the Clusters section of on the System tab.
The number of devices on charge is also displayed here.
In the following image, the red battery icons to the right of the Pulsar names indicate that the batteries of the relevant Pulsars are low. The Lowest Battery Charge indicator shows that the Pulsar with the lowest charge is almost at 0%, ie, almost fully discharged (a Pulsar whose battery is fully discharged can no longer communicate with Evoke and disconnects, and the Lowest Battery Charge indicator then displays the Pulsar with the next lowest battery).
In the following image, the yellow lightning icons to the right of the Pulsar names indicate that the batteries of the relevant Pulsars are charging (and the yellow batterty icons indicate that the charge is still low). The Lowest Battery Charge indicator shows that the Pulsar with the lowest charge is now at 13%.
For details, see the Vicon video:
The view filter presets are stored in the view presets file, by default:
The current view filter preset is stored in the view file, by default:
Save your window layouts
Note that the auto-save files are only updated if there have been changes since the last auto-save.
To change the interval at which files are auto-saved:
- On the Settings menu, click Preferences (or press Shift-P), then in the Preferences dialog box, click the User Preferences for <username> tab.
- In the Interface section, change the value in the Autosave interval field from the default (60 seconds).