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Small bug in the software if 'pause' AND 'abort'

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Just hit a little bug in the UM2 software.

Did a 'Pause', which parked the head and retracted the filament, examined the build, then decided to 'Abort', which homed the head and retracted the filament.

Two retraction events!

Took me a while when I started the next print to work out why I had no extrusion for a minute or two. Two retraction events had pulled the filament several cm away and it took time to reach the head again.

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I second this motion. These bugs are driving me crazy! so what happens on Jul 1? New firmware?! :)

 

@wdwms - just a suggestion:

You should report this issue on GitHub, that's the direct way to get in touch with the firmware developers.

Just follow the link, sign in and open a "New issue" with the green button.

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