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In layer view if my layer one is a red "shell" but then green "Inner Wall" why isn't there any yellow for "top/bottom"?

Cura 2.5.0

.2 layer height

The pieces are smallish pieces for a model. Funnels for a boat.

All the way up the cylinder there is only green for inner wall and no orange for infill?

Does it matter that there is no bottom?

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@Labern, sorry should have left photos.  Here they are.

Solid view

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Layer 1

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Middle Layer

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Top layer

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Your images seem to invalid. Try loading them into you gallery first so you can preview them and make sure they loaded properly.

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@Labern, sorry should have left photos.  Here they are.

Solid view

view?usp=sharing

Layer 1

view?usp=sharing

Middle Layer

view?usp=sharing

Top layer

view?usp=sharing

Your images seem to invalid. Try loading them into you gallery first so you can preview them and make sure they loaded properly.

I have them in a gallery now:

5a333ea62da83_funnel-solidview.thumb.jpg.270c01fd12aa94a5f61ba3b00150378a.jpg

Solid view

5a333ea686b26_funnellayer1.thumb.jpg.19a0f7bdd3862ef2b36ffec27134397d.jpg

Layer 1, bottom layer

5a333ea773d12_funnellayer82.thumb.jpg.60769051a0a7f065f6f07159feeeedd9.jpg

Layer 82, middle

5a333ea78c5d9_funnellayer164top.thumb.jpg.8a3e79bae9ab41bcc5cb8078513278c6.jpgTop Layer

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@kmanstudios, There are so many, any in particular?

Quality

Shell

Infill

Material

Speed

Travel

Cooling

I would suggest taking a screenshot of the settings panel. That would be easiest. And it may show whether you need to 'unhide' some of the other controls that could be at play.

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@kmanstudios, There are so many, any in particular?

Quality

Shell

Infill

Material

Speed

Travel

Cooling

I would suggest taking a screenshot of the settings panel. That would be easiest. And it may show whether you need to 'unhide' some of the other controls that could be at play.

This is Cura 2.5.0 so it has all the "settings" in a bar on the right hand side with headings that open up to display the detail for each setting.

infill.jpg.41b870ecb2f762b6283d5d5e26bbc65d.jpg

material.thumb.jpg.d016efefc4139e6293f367c22922c365.jpg

quality.thumb.jpg.60995c5a872853f65ae62f1826a2fcae.jpg

shell.thumb.jpg.7d895ec55be8427cf697e5752bd4032c.jpg

5a333ea81a6f6_sppedtravel.thumb.jpg.a1c7e13ce666bad37635caba411e3286.jpg

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I am on my way out without time to evaluate, but will check when I get out. In the meanwhile, it should help the real gurus here. I am just a noob with a bit more experience than you at this time. Not much more, mind you, but just trying to help. :)

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