Not only do we have support for Custom Mods, but we also got rid of the more annoying parts of Clash Royale .
Joystick): # initialize the infinite loop decorator _infinite_loop = jk.deco_infinite_loop() def _init(self, *args, **kwargs): """ Function called at initialization, see the doc """ self._t0 = time.time() # initialize time self.xdata = np.array([self._t0]) # time x-axis self.ydata = np.array([0.0]) # fake data y-axis # create a graph frame self.mygraph = self.add_frame(jk.
It seems from somewhere it is still debugging the old code. I've run into this issue lately - new code stops working.
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Along with that, we added "Custom Mods" Support, meaning that we can easily implement player-made mods on our Server .
It also allows for interactive text logging or image plotting (in addition to graph plotting).
No need to do your own loops in a separate thread, the package takes care of it, just give the update frequency you wish.
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def on_running(self, xdata, ydata): #Update data (with the new _and_ the old points) self.lines.set_xdata(xdata) self.lines.set_ydata(ydata) #Need both of these in order to rescale relim() autoscale_view() #We need to draw *and* flush self.figure.canvas.draw() self.figure.canvas.flush_events() #Example def __call__(self): import numpy as np import time self.on_launch() xdata =  ydata =  for x in np.arange(0,10,0.5): xdata.append(x) ydata.append(np.exp(-x**2) 10*np.exp(-(x-7)**2)) self.on_running(xdata, ydata) time.sleep(1) return xdata, ydata d = Dynamic Update() d() I know I'm late to answer this question, but for your issue you could look into the "joystick" package.
I designed it for plotting a stream of data from the serial port, but it works for any stream.
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