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I got a calibration cube 2 cm by 2 cm

Unders Xtensions->Post Procesing->Modify Gcode I add a script and select TweaAtz 5.1 (Experimental)

I select Trigger at Height

Tweak Height = 10mm

Behavior = Keep Value

No Layers = 50(since each layer will be 0.2mm and I got 1 cm height for a set temperature = 100mm / 0.2mm = 50)

Tweak Extruder 1Temp = selected

Extruder 1 Temp = 210

Now for the second part

I select Trigger at Height

Tweak Height = 10mm

Behavior = Keep Value

No Layers = 50(since each layer will be 0.2mm and I got 1 cm height for a set temperature = 100mm / 0.2mm = 50)

Tweak Extruder 1Temp = selected

Extruder 1 Temp = 200

But it prints the WHOLE cube at 210

Any ideas???

Thanks

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It is marked as Experimental, so you may have uncovered a bug.

What printer and gcode flavors are you using?

What is your Initial Layer Height? If its .3mm, then perhaps the Tweek is not triggering because the layers would skip over 10mm exactly: 9.7mm / 9.9mm / 10.1mm / 10.3mm

Not sure, haven't looked at the code for that plugin.

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