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When you make a old function "Split object into parts"?

I use this function and i need 2 version Cura to instal 15.04 and 3.2

but if this function work on Cura 3.2 i don't need instal v15. Thanks

 

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Hello Guys

I have a doubt about function "Split object into parts". 

I am using Cura version 3.2.1 and didn't find that function in this version. I would like to know where can I get it in Cura or there is it not?

Thanks!

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1 hour ago, ahoeben said:

That functionality is not (yet) available in Cura 3.2, nor will it be in Cura 3.3

Thanks!

Do you know what is last version with that functionality?

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why is it not implemented seems like a much needed function that worked well in 15.4......

 

im guessing theres a logical explanation. meshmixer is saving the day but its a pain to have a useful feature removed

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