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how to disable pause at height tweak at height

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Hey forum, i just downloaded the updated cura and this stop at height tweak at height ruined my first print on the new software. how do i disable it? how do i use it? whats it for? my machine retracted the filament so far that it started printing without having filament anywhere close to the nozzle.... any advice is appreciated thanks.

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I guess you're talking about Cura 15.09.8x. Actually, no postprocessing script should be activated by default. However, if you go to Extensions -> Post Processing -> Modify Gcode you get the dialog of the post processing plugin. If you have any postproc scripts activated (in the right column) deactivate them by clicking the 'x'.

Maybe you give us some more details about which postproc script you actually mean, 'Pause at height' or 'TweakAtZ'? Please also confirm the Cura version you're referring to. Thanks.

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