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Feedback During Cura FirstRun Wizard / Checkup

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Posted · Feedback During Cura FirstRun Wizard / Checkup

Daid,

When I run FirstRun Wizard > Ultimaker Checkup and click the limit switches the only feedback is the prompt to click the next limit switch thus when you click the bottom Z limit switch there is no feedback at all.

Suggestion: An "Limit Switch OK" message after each switch is successfully detected so that the human explicity understands wether or not each of the switches are working.

Thanks, Bill

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Posted · Feedback During Cura FirstRun Wizard / Checkup

I'm reworking the checkup wizard. I'm almost done with it, and it will be a LOT easier to follow, with clear indications what is happening, better logging, and pictures to show which endstops to press.

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Posted · Feedback During Cura FirstRun Wizard / Checkup

can i ask you to double check the text in the endstop calibriation. it told me to check the z top endstop, i pushed it, and nothing happened, then i pushed the lower one, and that worked.

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Posted · Feedback During Cura FirstRun Wizard / Checkup

The text in Cura 12.08 is fine. But it's sometimes a bit slow to react, up to seconds. So that could have been your problem.

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Posted · Feedback During Cura FirstRun Wizard / Checkup

wizard.png

Not yet final, but should show some changes.

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Posted · Feedback During Cura FirstRun Wizard / Checkup

That does look alot better, I'd also suggest some clarity on what should be done for the steps per E test.

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Posted · Feedback During Cura FirstRun Wizard / Checkup
That does look alot better, I'd also suggest some clarity on what should be done for the steps per E test.

I made that test very clear by removing it all-together. It's not really needed to get good results, it's a 1% final tweaking thing that doesn't belong there at all.

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Posted · Feedback During Cura FirstRun Wizard / Checkup

Daid, Thanks for the quick improvements!

Best, Bill

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