I was curious since I managed to properly run inkcut on a raspberry pi3, we will see in the future an interface more touch screen oriented?
I managed to have my first cut by installing cups, setting my Roland camm1 cx400 as a generic text only printer and adding the user to lp group and setting the raw interface to /dev/USB/lp0
As soon as I ended my first cut, I thought that it would be absolutely wonderful to attach the pi to a ten inches touch screen and attach it to the cutter caddy with a hinged spring loaded monitor arm to have an independent working unit that can accept works either from network, USB or a usb drive. I miss an adapter to try the serial cable.
I think a ten inches monitor 1080p should be enough to scroll trough inkcut tabs if they were all grouped on one side, and it could be operated better if the interface inputs had bigger arrows/onscreen keypad to enter numeric values.
Also, we will see in future metrics and locales?
If you need help to translate to Italian anything I am available, i'm not really python or programming savvy but yeah, I can translate from English to my mother tongue.
I am just so grateful and happy that finally you came back to the project, I had been stuck with that cutter ready to go but unable to have inkcut up and running for ages, you probably started a new business for a poor illiterate being stuck in gruntworks.