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Why is printing all at once, when set one at a time

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Hi,

I have a problem when I try to load more than one part, I look to print 9 objects.

I will accept that perhaps 26mm diameter and a Brim cannot print for 9 and I have to print 6.

Everytime you move something on the build plate in Cura 2.3.0 is a nightmare, slicing every move.

Cura not responding most of the time.

This way is not efficient.

Why cannot we have a slice button after all the moving and setting position of parts, like slic3r.

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It is supposed to be fixed in 2.5. Until then, set your material flow to 0% and it cannot slice until you set it back. Bit of a kluge, but the next version clears that.

But that is not a printing issue. It is a slicing issue. Just to be clear and not a nag. I am still learning too, so don't be offended :)

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