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Post Processing Plugin TweakAtZ 5.1 not wotking ?

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Hi all,

I'm using cura 2.3.1 and an ultimaker 2+.

I'm trying to use TweakAtZ 5.1 (in Extension > Post Processing > Modify G-Code). But when printing I cannot observe any change on printing speed or fan speed (i did not test to change other parameters).

My question is: Is TweakAtZ 5.1 supposed to works with cura 2.3.1 and UM2 ? That would be strange that it does not work as TweakAtZ is by default embedded in cura 2.3.1.

I did not find topics about TweakAtZ 5.1.

Thanks in advance for your answer :)

PS: I don't think i performed a wrong manipulation as i'm able to trigger pause using PauseAtHeight plugin.

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The version delivered in 2.3.1 as an issue for layer changes under the first mm.

It have submitted a PR to fix this some time ago (see here), if you copy that file in your install tree that particular issue will be fixed.

(The problem is not really at TweakAtZ issue, it is CuraEngine droping the leading 0 for dimensions smaller than 1mm...)

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