I think I mentioned this some months back - that the top thickness, set by mm, should be respected.
In general, the variable layer heights takes a poor approach - we'd be much better served with an AVERAGE layer height.
Every print you either decide not to care, or tweak the numbers again and again and again until you kinda get the behavior that:
Respecting TOP and BOTTOM thickness
Enforcing an AVERAGE layer height
Those two changes could make the feature a LOT more user friendly and produce better results. It's been beating a dead horse for me, I hope you have more luck with it.
I've been all over my hard drive (win10/CURA 3.3.1) looking for printer defs. I have a custom printer, but the pre-appended name is way too long, and I would like to edit it.
I've been looking for "THE" .json file, and have opened up >30 of them, none of them had the "CFDMP" that I would like to change to something shorter.
Where would I find that?
When I have to print a face, it is never from the angle shown above. I usually go straight and not at an angle. Less support that way. But the horizontal lines look much better on that type of surface instead of the topological map you get here.