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A quick update for those of you who want the tweak at z, pause at height and others back. I've been working on a plugin that allows for the loading & execution of such scripts.

The layout is still rubbish, localisation doesn't work correctly and it hasn't been fully tested, but I still want to share this with you guys. You can find the plugin here; https://github.com/nallath/PostProcessingPlugin . See this as an early alpha / beta.

If you want to make your own script, have a look at the examplescript (that does nothing) that is in the scripts folder. The plugin should automatically load all scripts that it finds in that folder.

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404 nallath ;)

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Ugh. It was the dot mistake again. It added the dot to the link. Fixed it now.

Also @dim3nsioneer I believe you were waiting for this plugin :)

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Also @dim3nsioneer I believe you were waiting for this plugin :)

 

Yes, indeed. Thank you. I'll first have to understand it and then do the next steps... it might take some time as I have a few other task to look after...

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All right I've added a pause at height script to it as well. Now it actually does something :)

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Maybe can't see the forest for the trees at the moment :O

Were should the files and the script-folder be located ? (Ubuntu)

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You need to put the plugin in the plugins folder. The script folder is inside the PostProcessingPlugin folder

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You need to put the plugin in the plugins folder. The script folder is inside the PostProcessingPlugin folder

 

O.k. I got it, it should be located in :

/home/username/.local/share/cura/plugins

(the folder "plugins" must be generated by hand - would be nice to establish this folder during installation to give the user a better hint ;) )

But what's that :angry:

 

ERROR - Import error loading module PostProcessingPlugin: No module named 'PostProcessingPlugin.scripts.Test'

 

Commented out the problematic line in "PostProcessingPlugin.py" and it seems to work :D

O.k. let's not talk about the optic aspects, the usability and the function ... you mentioned in your starting post "See this as an early alpha / beta." :D

But it gives a good idea how things could work ...

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Jetzt grad mal auf deutsch (weil ich echt genervt bin):

diese Forums-Software ist doch einfach für die Katz!

Warum glaubt die Software ausgerechnet in Code-Fragmenten wie meinem obigen rumeditieren zu müßen und da irgendwelche Geschichten reinzuschreiben !!!

Die Fehlermeldung heißt:

ERROR - Import error loading module PostProcessingPlugin: No module named 'PostProcessingPlugin.scripts.Test'

... toll im normalen Text wird nicht "autokorrigiert" ...

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Commented out the problematic line in "PostProcessingPlugin.py" and it seems to work :D

 

Whoops. I've updated the code. Should work for everyone now. If you feel like changing the GUI, feel free to do so and create a pull request. I'm going to be away next week (holiday in Germany actually) so I won't be able to look at it next week though.

 

Jetzt grad mal auf deutsch (weil ich echt genervt bin):

 

German is so much better for raging ;)

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@nallath responds well the "pull requests" on github. And to cookies.
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@nallath responds well the "pull requests" on github. And to cookies.

Someone is going to get some referral bonus if I get some cookies :)

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