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Netfabb GCODE via Printrun/Pronterface

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I've noticed the latest Pronterface's new-ish time estimation algo barfs on Netfabb code.

It seems the offending line is:

G1 E0.0000

Is anyone aware of how to fix this in Netfabb as it seems to be a useless possibly malformed G1. (It would be nice

if Printrun did a little error checking of its input.) I'm sure Printrun expects an XYZ if there is anything.

Also It's part of the generated code and not something I can take out of the "Start" section of Machine. i

-b

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