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Posted · Cura 2.x and 3.x Wall Line Count confusion.

Hello,

same model, same settings. Wall Line Count set to 1.

Where does this green line come from in Cura 3.x?:) Thanks!

Cura 2.x screenshot:

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Cura 3.x screenshot:

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Posted · Cura 2.x and 3.x Wall Line Count confusion.

There is a new setting in Cura 3 called "Extra Skin Wall Count" that determines how many extra walls skin layers will have. For some reason, they decided to make the default 1 rather than 0. So in all my profiles I have to go around changing it to 0 so as to get the same results as I had before.

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Posted · Cura 2.x and 3.x Wall Line Count confusion.

Thanks @smartavionics ! Worked perfectly. I agree that it should have been set to 0 by default.

It would be so cool to specify different wall counts for bottom/top/rest of the print. Couldn't find such feature yet, I hope it gets implemented one day...

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