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Cura 2.4b2 odd (not even number) bed size errors

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I was tweaking the bed size for my MP Select Mini, and when i set x/y to 125 Cura refused to slice, saying that the prime tower X/Y positions were invalid.

Changing the dimensions to 124x124 fixed the problem. Interestingly, 125x120 was working just fine as well.

FWIW, i couldn't adjust the prime tower positions because my printer is single-extruder, so those options were hidden.

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I have experience the same with my MP Mini. I also have a problem with the model not starting in the centre of the bed, but is off to the inside. When repositioning the model to the outside in Cura V2 and recompiling, the model still prints to the inside. I do see an option to instruct the printer to start in the middle of the bed!

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