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I am just getting to Cura - 3.04 or 15.04 - not sure why there are 2 numbers for the same thing???

I want to view my sliced model layers from bottom to top, but I get only top to bottom. How do I change that??

ALSO, Is the How To for 2 to be used with 3? I assume it is cause there is not very much under the 3 how to.

thanks

bill

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cura 15.04 is from april of 2015 (2015.04).

Cura 2.7 and cura 3.04 and inbetween are all very very similar versions of Cura. So any manual for 2.7 is relevant for 3.04 with minor changes.

Don't know what you mean only top to bottom. Cura 3.* has a dual slider so you can see a range of layers including all of them or only some range of layers. Is that what you mean?

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