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Cura 2.3 (release) - Position of the Prime Tower

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First, I want to thank for the new Cura 2.3 version. It's an amazing evolution for all of us !

But I've got a question regarding the prime pillar. how is it possible to dynamicly set the the position of the pillar according to the position of the parts.

In Cura 2.3 we have to set the coordinate of the pillar, but it's look static. If we want to use a prime pillar the closest as possible of the printed part, how can we set that (like in Cura 1.15) dynamicly ? I mean, without have to set a new position before each print ?

And what happened if the pillar and the part are "overlaped" ?

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