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Cura 2.6.2 prints all inner then all outer walls of holes and domes, lots of travel

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Hi all,

If there are a number of domes or holes, I think older cura versions printed their walls (inner & outer) one by one before traveling to the next hole / dome. Not really sure on this. But 2.6.2 seems to print all hole's / dome's inner walls, then all outer walls, (or vice versa if configured so), then every item's infill, causing quite some traveling. This may makes sense for bigger areas (say, more than a cm2).

It would be a cool feature, for small holes or domes, to print both walls (maybe at the outer wall speed) and do the complete wall of such things, preferably also the infill for domes, before traveling to the next one.

Or am I missing some setting?

Thanks, Andre

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