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Bug in Cura 2.6.2 on skirt lines

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Hi, I just tried slicing this with the current development code and it's fine. However, if I click on the object and slightly raise it above the build plate by setting Z to 0.2 then I see exactly the same result as you show above. Perhaps, your object isn't actually resting on the build plate?

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oups ... yes you're right, just updated to 2.7 a the bug is not anymore present, thank you for the help and sorry for this useless post ;)

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PS: The download of the last version is impossible from my computer, server does not answer (I had to download it from my dedicated server first ... )

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