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Everything posted by nallath

  1. Please report bugs on github (https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/issues/new/choose)
  2. Please post feature requests on github (https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/issues/new/choose)
  3. First time should be slower due to caching.
  4. Because it's super annoying to get that to work on all platforms.
  5. This is currently not possible.
  6. It's a feature that is pretty high on our backlog.
  7. You might want to run the model through a model fixer (If you check the model in x-ray view and there are red areas, the model is incorrect)
  8. If you want them completely on top of one other it's better to just use the pause script and change the filament color at the right moment.
  9. Could everyone please report any / all issues on github (https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/issues)? When doing so, please fill in the entire issue template and provide logs
  10. Nope. it should work. Could you share your logs (and preferably post this on Github (https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/issues)?
  11. You can set the build volume to be elliptical or square as a base area. From that on you can set disallowed areas.
  12. All of these states are described in the swagger API documentation http://{printer-ip}/docs/api When checking one of the endpoints, press the "model" tab (right next to the example tab)
  13. https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura#logging-issues
  14. Does running it as admin or with compatibility mode change anything? Also; are there virus scanners or firewalls active?
  15. Well, we do need those logs in order to help you.
  16. Cura never removes any printers. Ever. It could be that there was a configuration error, but in that situation, you clicked the button to move the profiles over so that they don't cause issues. If it's always running the first startup, it's probably because Cura can't save the preferences file. So if you could share your logs, we can have a look at it.
  17. If you can share logs we can have a look.
  18. We're not psychic, so could you share your logs?
  19. STL doesn't have units. Cura assumes 1 unit in STL is 1 mm.
  20. By default, auto-slicing is disabled. If it's not, it's because you changed it.
  21. If you have those kinds of areas Cura isn't always able to correctly identify them. Overlapping or disconnected faces can cause issues like the one you see. Your best option would be to check out some model repair services and see if that fixes the issue.
  22. Did you check if the model is manifold? It looks like the model has errors in it.
  23. I think you have one folder too much (eg the zip contains a folder FlyingBearPlugin that contains a FlyingBearPlugin). Since all of the plugins are plugins, we also recommend you to not add "plugin" to the plugin name (soo change it to FlyingBear.zip that contains a folder called FlyingBear) You can also remove the .gitignore from the zip file. I've also tried running your plugin, but it initially crashed on me as you're using the wrong import (eg; you use import Queue but you should use from queue import Queue). After that I'm getting other crashes if I switch to the flyingbear stage (2019-05-21 12:56:00,265 - CRITICAL - [MainThread] cura.CrashHandler.__init__ [64]: model.setItemData(model.createIndex(i,0), {1:"",0:"False"}) 2019-05-21 12:56:00,265 - CRITICAL - [MainThread] cura.CrashHandler.__init__ [64]: RuntimeError: no access to protected functions or signals for objects not created from Pyth) Apart from that, you should not be adding a separate stage for what you are trying to do. The monitor stage already handles what you want to achieve. Have a look at how the UM3 plugin or the octoprint plugin handle this.
  24. Correct. Cura tries to save the log files to the place where it also stores the configurations. If this happens again, please create an issue on github.
  25. You might want to check in the cmake-gui where it's looking for the sipconfig files and manually point it to the right spot.
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