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Posted · Missing Buttons in GUI?

Hello, probably missing something on my side, so any help for the novice would be appreciated: how do I close the current file? Cura 13.04 on Win Vista 64. Thanks in advance, Mike

 

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Posted · Missing Buttons in GUI?

Right click on the model and click on 'Delete'

 

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Posted · Missing Buttons in GUI?

On the released version 13.04 there is no way to "close" a file, there is always only 1 file open at a time.

(The Owen suggestion only works in the unreleased new version, which he is beta testing)

 

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Posted · Missing Buttons in GUI?

Hope you will add the "Move on the platform" command soon...

Mike

 

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Posted · Missing Buttons in GUI?

Hope you will add the "Move on the platform" command soon...

Mike

 

Not sure what you mean by that, as loaded files are always centered on the platform on load...

 

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Posted · Missing Buttons in GUI?

Not sure what you mean by that, as loaded files are always centered on the platform on load...It

 

It would be nice to nudge the model on the platform AFTER the initial centre positioning (e.g. with the up/down/left/right arrow on the keyboard) and (at the same time) providing a stop (limit) to the (free) movement if the model hit X or Y limits (at the current scale) - this will spare time to change the tape so often...

Mike

 

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Posted · Missing Buttons in GUI?

The next release will support this (not with the arrow keys yet, that is on the "todo list", but you can drag objects around with the mouse in the next release)

 

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