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a Happy Thank You for Cura 2.3

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I just installed the Cura 2.3 beta release and I'm happy to report that it's a real winner in my book. I'm just beginning to explore the new features and I've already noticed a difference in the speed and user interface that are improvements, plus it seems like the algorithm for printing is a bit smarter, or is that just me? Anyway, ty of the step forward!

Les

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Custom machine +  dual extrusion wont happen for this version. Sorry.

As far as I can see now, the next version that we will release will be the full release.

 

Ok, hope I will able to create manually the profile this time... I don't know why it's doesn't working for me with the method explain in other topic of the forum.

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