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How to load gcode into Cura for swapatZ plug-in

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Posted (edited) · How to load gcode into Cura for swapatZ plug-in

Hi  I have just downloaded the swapatZ plug-in. For viewing the change in layer height, the plug-in instructions say to save the gcode and then load the gcode into Cura. But I cannot see anywhere in the menu system (especially the File menu) an option to load gcode; I can see save gcode and load profile but nothing else. Help please.

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Posted · How to load gcode into Cura for swapatZ plug-in

load the gcode into Cura

 

The common "File" -> "Load model file..."

...can also be feeded with a *.gcode file.

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