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  1. You are not the only one. I have long admired the raft pattern and would love to see it as an option for top and bottom layers.
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  2. I've double checked, and nowhere in SandervG's opening post is it mentioned that casual visitors to this thread should wear helmets and body armor. There really should have been some kind of warning.
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  3. The fact that you have engaged in this conversation is testament to your dedication, I empathize with your frustrations on some levels but...... Just one example of part of the issue that I think is being overlooked. It would be immensely helpful if each "patch" and/or beta had a specific list of what changes have occurred. You can't honestly expect high uptake of beta's and new releases when you leave people in the dark. While there's notes accompanying releases etc, they need to be far more comprehensive. Even a simple "We undertook a change to how Cura internally references profiles", would say to the end user don't be surprised if your printers start g-code has been altered and/or it requires you to remake the printer profile from scratch. The more informed people are about what changes have been undertaken, the better able they are to assess what impacts trialing a beta will have beforehand.
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  4. ... yes it can, but you have to change the restricted area in the settings of the printer... Changing the dimensions of the printbed in Printer settings doesn't change the restricted area! If you change the printer type from Ender 3 to Ender 3 Pro, you can see a change in restricted area of the printbed! If you want to make the restricted area smaller you have to edit a file... This is all explained in another topic on this forum, use the search-option of the forum to find it... Edit -->
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  5. Old problem resurfacing? I start 4.7, try to add a non network printer, cura crashes.? Is it me? Windows 10, Intel I5
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  6. this can also happen if the nozzle is too close to the bed. If its only in that one spot though I would make sure its properly cleaned. Make sure you printing on the correct side of the glass (side with hot warning sticker) and the appropriate adhesion method is evenly applied.
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  7. The first photo looks like poor adhesion to the bed,. Maybe due to: - Nozzle too high? If so, adjust bed-leveling so that gap is thinner. - Dirty, soapy, oily bed? If so, clean with isopropyl alcohol, then with pure tap water. - Maybe other reasons? So I would first look into that direction. The second photo, I can't really say.
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