thanks for the update about compiling. My experiences are that using network drive can slow the compile process significantly and use of SSD HDD can reduce the time 🙂
It is strange that the compile took minutes when reside on local C:\ drive.
I believe that's all you need. Now it's on you to build upon this concept.
Btw, what is your motivation for building your very own HMI? From your questions I guess that using the HMI Designer and building the HMI without any hand coding would be much easier and more straightforward for you.
There is one last flaw that I would like to work out. The chromium instance allows the user to use gestures and go back and forth in the history of pages. In some cases get to a restricted page this way.
I googled vigorously to solve this issue, but so far to no avail. Any advice on this topic?
I wasn't successful in finding any suitable solution as well. Have a look at xinput command which might help you to disable all the gestures at Linux level. I didn't tried it myself however if you find any working solution our team and the community will be happy to hear about it.
I tried your proposal, but unfortunately it did not work.
At the end I decided to simply re-image the SD card and start from scratch. Installed the most recent Rexygen test version and now, all is working fine.
Thanks for your support.