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both infill and solid fill in a layer with Cura

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I have the same thing described here, http://forums.reprap.org/read.php?154,101077,101077, some layers have a mix of infill and solid layer and it only occurs an area of about 20 layers. I don't think it is just a bad stl because it is just a diff of 2 cubes using openscad and it's not near any edges, that I know of anyway. I assume that it is from skeinforge's diaphragm function is it where the diff is at it's greatest volume, with an infill of 10%. Does Cura use diaphragm layers, and if so how does it decide when to and can we control it?

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