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cura 3.2 delay issue with line width

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Posted · cura 3.2 delay issue with line width

So started using 3.2 today and i noticed that when it is set to auto slice, and you select the line width and it highlights the entire value, if you type in "0.x", it automatically tries right after hitting 0 and that causes it to freeze for a while before giving an error saying you can print because its slicing with a line width of 0. then you click on the setting again (which causes it to highlight) and you try and type it in again and it just happens again.

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Posted · cura 3.2 delay issue with line width

I also have this problem. I just posted another topic about it.  It is less of a problem on solid view but on layer view its really bad.  The faster you try to type the worse it is.  I've just disabled auto slice for now until its fixed.

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