Python Rover Controller

This first screen shot is of the program when it first opens:

Showing file menu (only has a quit button at the moment):

This is after pressing the blue link icon in the upper left (Under file menu, the window can be moved as well):

If the user presses OK without choosing a port (The baud and timeout have a default value):

Example of drop-down menus:

Dialog box for verification, currently closes the port settings window if no is selected:

If wrong port is selected and error window will show:

Here the wrong baud rate is selected (arduino set for 9600):

After clicking yes to save settings the program tries to ping the rover (In this case the wrong baud rate causes the response to be distorted and after 20 tries it will stop):

These are the correct settings (for my arduino/xbee setup):

The program prints the received data and acknowledges that the port is set:

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