I've noticed that the link sent in the plain-text version of the "someone replied" email is just WRONG.
The link in the html version of the email works.
I tend to default to plain-text for safety, and I get tired of wild color/font usage in many html emails.
html link: https://mandrillapp.com/track/click/30828961/community.ultimaker.com?p=eyJzIjoiNGM1Y0hxbFdCcW9kNXdtRF9VUTFfRFRMVXRFIiwidiI6MSwicCI6IntcInVcIjozMDgyODk2MSxcInZcIjoxLFwidXJsXCI6XCJodHRwczpcXFwvXFxcL2NvbW11bml0eS51bHRpbWFrZXIuY29tXFxcL3RvcGljXFxcLzMyNzgxLWN1cmEtbGluZS1zaXplLXZzLW9iamVjdC1zaXplXFxcLz9kbz1maW5kQ29tbWVudCZjb21tZW50PTI2NTQxOVwiLFwiaWRcIjpcIjA1ZjliYjc4OThmNzQ5MDE5MmExZTZiMjg3YTRlNzg1XCIsXCJ1cmxfaWRzXCI6W1wiMzdjNTZkMzZmY2IyNmFlNTk4NWUzNTc3NjE0YjE0ZTM5YTM5ZTVjYVwiXX0ifQ
plain text link:
When I try the plain-text link, I get: (and yes, I see that it seems to be expanding validly in this msg, just doesn't work when launched from email.)
Sorry, there is a problem
We could not locate the item you are trying to view.
Error code: 2S136/C
This looks like a long standing bug (not mine, honest!) that has been woken from its slumber by a recent change I made to the wall print ordering. I have a fix which I am testing and, if that goes well, will submit to be included in a future release. A workaround is to disable the wall order optimization.