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13.05 quickprint to full settings

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As far as I can tell, when one makes selections in 'quickprint' and then change to 'full settings' the 'quickprint' settings are ignored.

As a newbie I'd find it helpful if the 'full settings' reflected the 'quickprint' choices. Would help learning.

Failing that is there somewhere a comparison list for PLA?

I mean a list of the 'full settings' that 'quickprint' High quality, Normal quality and Fast low quality choices implement?

 

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Now I'm embarrassed 'cos I can't remember. I guess that somehow it was involved in the Steam Engine beta.. I got into a muddle with 13.04 and Steam Engine Beta 2 and uninstalled both. As far as I can remember I found 13.05 in my Cura download folder (downloaded on 23 May) so I installed it. Certainly at the top of the Cura window is Cura - 13.05.

But I can't find it on-line now....

Best I can do, I'm afraid.

 

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13.05 is the semi-closed beta for the new Steam Engine slicer. Details here:

http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/topic/2008-looking-for-beta-testers/?p=14856

Cura saves its full slice settings embedded in every file it slices. So the easy way to see what the settings are is to slice a file with quickprint, and then change to full settings mode, and 'Load Settings from GCode' from the File menu.

 

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