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With v2.1, we have continued to focus on making Pupil Core more core. We were able to resolve a lot of stability and user experience issues, especially regarding post-hoc calibrations.
- Fixed that recorded calibration were displayed as being editable - #1932, #1938
- Fixed that recorded calibration were duplicatable - #1933
- Fixed that immutable calibration could be deleted - #1934
- Fixed inconsistencies in the naming of recorded calibrations - #1935, #1944
- Fixed minimum confidence slider for post-hoc calibration - #1942
- Ensured correct validation is run even when a different calibration is selected - #1921
- Removed UI for heatmaps across surfaces in Capture (only available in Player) - #1917
- Fixed incorrect warning about deprecated surface definitions - #1923
- Prevented crashes when rendering invalid eyeball outline - #1947, #1954
- Fixed that restarting background tasks would not clear already running ones - #1939
- Fixed frozen eye videos in HMD-Eyes - #1949
- Disabled automatic reference location detection again in post-hoc gaze - #1951
- Fixed crash when opening recording with unavailable gazer - #1922
- Fixed crashes of the timeline for very short recordings - #1958
- Fixed crash when deleting a running post-hoc calibration multiple times - #1955
- Fixed crashing post-hoc gaze mapping for an HMD-Eyes recording - #1961
- Fixed Service crashing when requesting a non-existing plugin - #1962
- Fixed Capture crashing when finishing a calibration without reference data - #1960
- Prevented starting gaze mappers on calibration fail - #1963
- Fixed an issue when running Pupil Capture bundle on macOS 10.14 Mojave - #1919
Customizing Screen Marker Positions - #1953
Using custom marker positions for the screen marker calibration choreography might be a common use case. Previously this was not easy to achieve with a custom plugin, as the relevant function was a private method. We have now made it public so that you can more easily implement custom calibration choreographies.
Black Formatting Checks on Travis - #1956
We are internally using Black as automatic Python formatter for our codebase. This helps us ensure that PRs only contain relevant changes and no formatting/whitespace changes. To enforce this more strictly, we added a black formatting check to our Travis integration, which will run on all commits and PRs. Please make sure to format your code with black before submitting a PR to ensure that all Travis checks pass.
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