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  1. This has happened several times now and is becoming rather frustrating wasting both time and material. Often when I send a new job to the printer it just goes ahead and reprints the job it did last. Today it did it after a cold restart of both the printer, the PC and obviously Cura. It can happen at any time after an aborted print in which I am careful to select NO to retry? It can happen after a fresh start or after successful completion of a job when I send a new job. Today despite having cleared the printer last night and "removed the print" when I fired it up the "print removed" query was back again. This delayed the print and when I cleared it it just printed the last job again instead of the new job, which was the only job that was queued... obviously because I had only just turned the whole lot on. I am utterly baffled. Firmware is and always has been the latest version. So is Cura.
  2. Add "--single-instance" as a command line argument to Cura.exe in Fusion. Thanks for this, could you provide a bit more info on how to do this? I can't find anything I can edit this into within Fusion??? Maybe a screenshot if possible
  3. There is no change and this problem still exists. From the Fusion end I am able t select Cura as a custom 3D print app. But in doing this every model I send to print opens a new instance of Cura.
  4. I'm in the middle of migrating my work from a Mac running the latest OSX High Sierra to a Windows 10 PC. My 3D design platform is Fusion 360. When I installed Cura 3.0.4 on the Mac and tried to send a object I got the message that this version of Cura was not compatible... so I reloaded 3.0.3 and all was fine again. Now I'm working on the PC I've loaded up 3.0.4 and when I send a file to it from Fusion nothing appears in Cura. Unfortunately I cannot seem to find 3.0.3 to install and try. Anybody got any ideas or similar experience?
  5. This is brilliant I'd really like to know what software you used to design this?
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