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DiegoPG

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  1. As you may know, we don't create or maintain the profiles for the 3rd party printers. People from the community does that. In this specific case, it seems that something can be wrong with the profiles of the Creality CR-X. If you create a ticket in our GitHub (https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/issues), it will make your case more visible and people from the community can help. Other good idea is to share a project file (File->Save), so we can see if the problem is with this printer's definition or a problem in the core of Cura or CuraEngine.
  2. In the plugin itself there is a check whether the current version of Cura is between the maximum and minimum that is set in the plugin. In the current version of the OctoPrint plugin it states that minimum supported version is 3.5 and maximum supported version is 4.0. So the plugin is loaded correctly in Cura but the plugin itself refuses to load. This is a check that @ahoeben adds to all of his plugins, instead of rely on the SDK version (personal decision, I guess). I've already sent and email to him informing about this. Thanks for the report!
  3. Hi Sassw, what do you mean with "fails". When open the "Add printer by IP" dialog, and enter the IP, then click "Add" you should get information of your printer, then click "Connect" Which step does it fail? Could you check if the IP you are adding is discoverable in your network (ping)? Which printer are you using? Again, what do you mean with "fails to do anything"? Does Cura freezes? Please give us some more info.
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