Warning

This is the documentation the latest work-in-progress version of MPF!

This is the documentation for MPF 0.56, which is the “dev” (next) release of MPF that is a work-in-progress. This is probably ok, and means you’ll be on the latest, cutting-edge version of MPF.

However, if you want a more stable version, select the v:stable version from the lower-left corner of this page, which is the most recent version that is not getting new updates.

If you are new to MPF, we have recently rewritten the installation process which only applies to this “latest” 0.56, so you probably want to stay here because the prior installation process doesn’t work on the latest OS and Python versions.

slide_(name)_removed

MPF-MC Event

A slide called (name) has just been removed.

This event is posted whenever a slide is removed, regardless of whether or not that slide was active (showing).

Note that even though this event is called “removed”, it’s actually posted as part of the removal process. (e.g. there are still some clean-up things that happen afterwards.)

Slide names do not take into account what display or slide frame they’re playing on, so be sure to create machine-wide unique names when you’re naming your slides.

This event does not have any keyword arguments

Event is posted by slides: