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bonjour , j utilise cura 15 .04.6 .  serait t il possible dans votre future version  de changer la couleur  des pièces en porte a faux une fois que l on a choisis le type de support ??

cela permet en un coup d œil de voir un éventuel problème    en visionnant les couches

en violet se serait bien

par avance merci

Hello, I use cura 15 .04.6. Would it be possible in your future version to change the color of the pieces in false door once one has chosen the type of support ??

This allows at a glance to see a possible problem by viewing the layers

In violet would have

thank you in advance

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Bonjour et bienvenue :)

Je ne suis pas certain que ce genre de demandes soit faisable?

Dans le dernier Cura en vue normale les parties en porte à faux sont rouge (en vue layer on ne voit pas la différence).

En changeant l'angle pour les supports les zones en rouges changent c'est plutot pratique. Je ne sais pas si ça conviendrait à ta demande. (Je crois que c'est également le cas sur Cura 15.04.6 mais pas certain, ici je parle de la version 2.3)

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