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Why are all these problem posts which have nothing at all to do with Ultimaker news being continually posted here. Can people stop doing it, or if it is a bug then apologies to you and can Ultimaker fix it. It has been going on for so long I forget how long.

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Good call, I'll move these posts to their respective sub-forums now.

Thanks for the hint. I guess I looked at them for too long too and got used to it.

It is always good to remember others if something is not right and not get comfy with status quo.

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Its probably because it is the first category that presents itself to post your question in.

So more a UX originated issue. I'll file a request to make the field empty, and that a user has to choose the dedicated category.

edit; it seems like the suggested category may vary depending on where you are and what you have visited. But in any case, an empty field would be better.

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