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First so sorry about my English. I have a question about Cura 14.09 and Cura 2.7 version.

I'm trying to print some lithophane pictures, it look so good at Cura 14.09 because the printer head always moving inside the object. But in Cura 2.7 at almost layer the printer head moving out of the object wall so make more ooze

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This is from Cura 14.09 it working well

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This is from Cura 2.7 and we can see the blue lines come out of the object so make more ooze.

please help me to fix the set up of Cura 2.7 to the same of 14.09. Because 14.09 cant not working now.

Thank you very much!!!

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