oh hey! and apologies! i swear the title said 3.2 late last night - sorry about that
I'm actually already using Cura-3.2.1. It looks and feels very professional compared to other slicers which will remain nameless
My problem with the current scheme of no retractions with support-to-support travels (along with other peoples complaints) is that some of the time the strings detach - then the fan blows them around they get caught in the main print and stick there - this seems to happen multiple times and makes post-print clean up a fiddly nightmare, especially on delicate prints.
My current work around that I'm formulating is to make those strings bulkier somehow - so they can't detach. Or avoid supports completely and use meshmixer to create them.
I guess my question would be - is there space/time/energy in the Cura development to add "retractions with support-to-support travels" but as a choice to the user (with the default settings as the current released so it doesn't trip anyone up!)
I ask this, as it was not hard to find multiple posts about this problem :(
edit: i see the original post was from 2016! apologies again! i promise to not post so late next time!