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Jitter and perimeter feedrate

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Hi,

I am using Cura on both my Ultimaker and my Reprap.

I like it very much, and find it much simpeler to use than the RepG/SF combination I used earlier on my Makerbot TOM. There are just to things that I really miss: The possibility to run perimeters slower than loops and infill, and the Jitter function in SF.

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