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Cura 2.3.1: gradual infill step

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I'm a big fan of the new 'gradual infill step' params! They are very usefull to use a low infill, and still get a decent top infill without having to use too many layers (especially at low layer height).

But it needs some little improvements.

1) the 'infill density' param should be used as the normal infill, and when 'gradual infill step' is active, the infill should be *increased* to the double of 'infill density', instead of use half for defaut infill.

2) the 'gradual infill step height' works fine, but 'gradual infill step' has no impact; setting it to something different than 0 activates the feature, but using 1, 2 or any other value does not change anything.

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