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  1. I like the video, it might not be the place to talk about bugs but I'm most pleased with what's been fixed with this release.
  2. Thanks for the advice, it looks like the new board has an older version of marlin on it, I'll try updating it to see if it helps.
  3. Another issue that I'm running into is a blob on the print after resuming from a pause. I think I have diagnosed the issue. Here is a sample of g-code from a print with the pause-blob: Just before the pause: G1 F1800 X94.951 Y119.841 E334.40799 G1 F3000 E327.90799 ;MESH:NONMESH G0 F300 X94.951 Y119.841 Z0.8 G0 F9000 X98.742 Y100.597 ;TIME_ELAPSED:425.699921 ;TYPE:CUSTOM ;added code by post processing ;script: PauseAtHeight.py ;current layer: 3 M83 ; switch to relative E values for any needed retraction Note that the two G1 lines indicate a retraction of 6.5mm,
  4. I recently installed a silent motherboard for my Ender 3 Pro only to realize that it no longer stayed paused with the standard M0 command. Does anyone know what might be the cause for this? After some tinkering, I discovered that it worked when given the expire time parameter (ex. M0 S120). I made a modified version of the Pause at Height script that allows you to specify the expire time and thought I'd share it in case anyone else was experiencing the same issue. PauseAtHeight2.zip
  5. Still having issues with this in the latest version: https://webm.red/0fA4 It seems to stem from how Cura only transforms along the world axes, which does not work well with things that have been rotated. This becomes especially problematic when trying to adjust a support blocker after rotating the parent object. The handles may no longer correspond to the axis being scaled, and often a skew will be introduced. Is there no option to have the scale/rotation handles orient themselves relative to an object's rotation? If not, is this feature planned at all? I'm
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