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Dropped features or I just can't find them in Cura 15.06.1?

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How do I control if I want to print multiple objects one at a time or all at once in the new Cura?

Also I can't find where they implemented plugins other than seeing a long list that you can check or uncheck. There used to be a way you could use "Tweak At Z" plugin in previous version.

And lastly, in "Layer" view, why can't we see the layer number anymore? That was useful when using the Tweak At Z plugin. We could set it to change some parameters at specific layers. But now we have no way of seeing what layer our model changes. (if that makes sense?)

Has anyone else missed these features?

Thanks,

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Yes, there are features of the legacy Cura which are not yet implemented into the new Cura, print-one-at-a-time is one of them.

As for the TweakAtZ: There is a post-processing script engine (actually a plugin of the new style) to be implemented by Ultimaker. As soon as it is available there will also be a TweakAtZ post proc script.

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