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Print output is gibberish on a Peachy printer

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I have been using Cura 15.04.6 with my Peachy printer and, although it has several quirks, the gcode it generates produces an excellent print with the Peachy.

However, Cura 2.3 does not. The output is gibberish. Is there some setting for RepRap compatibility that I have missed?? What changed between the two versions with RepRap gcode compatibility?

It did notice something very interesting though.

It appears that what does print, prints in only one Cartesian quadrant. This is based on only ONE test, so I will need to do more testing. If this is true it may be a coordinate value (+/-) issue.

I'm really looking forward to using Cura 2.3 (Mac) with my Peachy as it fixes several quirks that are present in 15.04.6.

Any thoughts??

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