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CURA 2.5 - Obligé de fermer application entre 2 impressions

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Bonjour Tout le monde,

Quand j'utilise Cura avec mon UM3 (pour l'instant j'utilise encore S3D avec UM2 pour varier les plaisirs :D ) , à la fin de l'impression, je clique sur la molette pour valider le retrait de l'impression, mais dans Cura ça reste bloqué comme si l'impression était toujours en cours.

Si je veux lancer une autre impression en cliquant sur "print over network" Cura me dit que la machine est occupée.

Je ferme cura et ouvre de nouveau et là après avoir rechargé ma pièce, ça veux bien autoriser le "print over network"

Avez vous rencontré ce soucis ?


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