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  1. Yes , if you are changing the gcode file itself prior to printing. I did some digging and as you said this doesn't appear to be fixed going by their change logs. I would send them an email explaining this issue and include a link to this post. That way they can fix it for everyone. Their website has the address as Support@LulzBot.com . Good luck.
  2. Let me first says I have zero experience with Cura pre 4.2 but In theory the scrip should work the same. Someone please correct me if I'm wrong. IF AND ONLY IF that is true and there is no automatic update function, there should be a "scripts" folder where your instance of Cura is installed. For 4.3 on Windows 10 that folder location is "C:\Program Files\Ultimaker Cura 4.3\plugins\PostProcessingPlugin\scripts". In here you should see the script file "PauseAtHeight.py". If so, make a copy of the existing file for safe keeping. In Windows you can "right click, copy" then "righ
  3. Awesome. I'm new to 3D printing and have many to thank for sharing their knowledge and experience. My technology background came into play here so it was nice to give a little back to the community.
  4. Correct, you can just replace the existing file. Sorry for being vague. The previous link was to the raw text so right click and save the new file from here. https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/tree/master/plugins/PostProcessingPlugin/scripts Also, I've tested and can confirm that the new script does produce the correct gcode. Kudos to the developers!
  5. It appears this has been fixed. Here are the code changes made to the PauseAtHeight.py script. https://github.com/Ultimaker/Cura/commit/6ed57838a9c35bb063b68bd609c6a5a452898aa9#diff-3e58768c03d7c85bf31b60e0ed2d51eb I made a backup and replaced the contents of that file with the new code found here. https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Ultimaker/Cura/master/plugins/PostProcessingPlugin/scripts/PauseAtHeight.py In the middle of a long print so I can't confirm but please post back your results. Thanks. RK
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