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  1. Now that's a cool post. Thanks for sharing!
  2. OK. My printer sat unused all night which means Cura was sitting unused in a window all night as well. This evening I went to start a print and Cura is again running at 100%. Log is attached. As is a screenshot of its current condition as I found it. Note that before I went to Cura, I had loaded new filament on the printer. This is generic MatterHackers PLA Pro that I manually selected as "Tough PLA" on the S5's screen. Also here's a screenshot of top for the sake of more data. cura.log
  3. I had restarted it an of course it's running fine so far today. When it happens again I'll grab the logs. Logs are pretty large - do you want the whole thing or just the last hour or so?
  4. Just thought I'd pipe in here. I'm happy to help in any way, but I can confirm that Cura gets almost unusable for me after which I need to restart it. It then works great for a while then gets more and more slow until i have to close and restart it. Here are my computer specs: System: Mac Pro (mid 2010) OS: Mojave 10.14.2 Mem: 64GB RAM CPU: 12-core 3.33GHz Xeon GPU: Radeon RX 580 8G Printer: Ultimaker S5. Firmware 5.4.27.20191212 Cura: 4.3.0 FWIW, I had the same issue when using BCN3D Cura with my Sigma and Sigmax, but I know that's
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